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The Spirits Of '76 



BARB GIBSON 
BOB KING 
CINDY ENGEL 
GINA BIANCO 
DEBBIE GROGAN 
MARCELLE VAN 
AMSTERDAM 
GAIL GRAMAROSSA 
HERB FROST 
JAN FOLLANSBEE 
LINDA CHEETHAM 
SUE HANMER 
JEFF CHICHAKLY 
BILL LYNCH 
BETH LEFEBVRE 
ART TIPALDI 
DAVID BERNSTEIN 



EDITOR IN CHIEF 

ASSISTANT EDITOR 

SENIORS 

SENIORS 

ACTIVITIES 

ACTIVITIES 

FACULTY 

SPORTS 

SPORTS 

UNDERCLASSMEN 

ADVERTISEMENTS 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

BUSINESS 

COPY EDITOR 

BUSINESS ADVISOR 

ADVISOR 



The spirit of 76 is 
the spirit of 
companionship . . 





the spirit of contentment 



the spirit of suggestion 





the spirit of perseverance 



the spirit of achievement 





the spirit of anticipation 



. the spirit of '76 is our 

spirit — we are the 
Spirits of '76. 









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Senior Officers 




MATTHEW ABAR DEBORAH ACCARDO RICHARD ADAM JENNIFER ADAMS TIMOTHY ALLEN 




WAYNE ARSENAULT MICHELLE AUDETTE EUGENE AVERILL 



STEPHEN BACON DANIEL BAGGE 




JAMES BALISE KATHRYN BARRON 



ROBERT BATISTA PAMELA BAUER CAROLYN BEACH 




LAURA BOHN CATHERINE BOILARD BRUCE BONSALL JUDITH BORDENUK VICTORIA BORTOLUSSI 




PAUL BOURCIER 



STEPHEN BOYD 



JON BOYER 



SCOTT BRENNAN PAMELA BRISBOIS 




DAVID BRODEUR MICHAEL 

BUDYNKIEWICZ 



MARY BUGBEE 



CYNTHIA BULAT KEVIN BURDICK 




STEVEN BURIAN 



RICHARD BYRNE KENNETH BYRON GERALD CALABRESE PETER CALLAN 




THOMAS CANEY 



ED CARDETTI STEVEN CARLSON WAYNE CARLSON ELIZABETH CARPENTER 




BARB CASTELLI CHRIS CAZALET JEFFERY CHAPIN JEFF CHICHAKLY 



LESLIE CHUTE 




KIM CLIFFORD JOHN COLEBURN ANN COLEMAN MARGARET CONWAY TOM COOLEY 




Class Clowns — Joanne Grant and Jeb Balise. Done Most for the Class — Bob King and Cathy Gala- 

votti. 



Loudest in the Class — Mi- 
chelle Lavallee and Eugene 
Averill. 







PAT COONEY 



CARRIE CORDNER 



DEBORAH COREY RICHARD CORRIVEAU 



ELLEN COSBY 




DEBRA COURTNEY CLAUDIA COUSHAINE ROGER COVEL TOBIN CROSSMAN WILLIAM CROWLEY 




JEFFREY CROZE 



PAUL DAIGNEAULT NANCY DARLING 



KAREN DAVIS 



CAROL DEBONIS 



Class Smiles — Mindy Mee- 
han and Jim Whipple. Most 
Mischievous — Deb Courtney 
and jerry Fives. 




PAUL DOOLEY 



THOMAS DOOLEY MATTHEW DORSETT 



PAMELA 
DOUTHWRIGHT 



DONALD DRAGON 



GARY DRAGON 



JOHN DRISKILL RANDI DUFRESNE CHARLES DUNKLEE KATHLEEN DUNN 



Handsomest — Ron VonFla- 
tern and Prettiest — Becky 
Harwood. Class Dramatists — 
Ann Piaget and Jon Higgins. 
Missing — Becky Harwood. 




DONNA DURGARIAN STANLEY DZIURA ALAN EASTON 



CLIFF ELLARD CYNTHIA ENGEL 




JOHN EVANS ANTHONY FESTA BRADLEY FILIAULT JOANNE FIORE MARGARET FISHER 





















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JAN FOLLANSBEE MONICA FONGEMIE JAMES FOSTER 




Cutest — Mindy Meehan and 
Jim Pappas. 




CINDY FRANCIS 



TRACY FRANCIS 



NICHOLAS DEBORAH FREDETTE 

FRATAMICO 



KAREN FROST 




PAULA GADSBY CATHY GALAVOTTI DIANNE GALLINI CHERYL GARDELL WAYNE GAUDREAU 




DAVID GERNUX BARBARA GIBSON 



PETER GILBERT 



DAVID GILES 



MARC GILES 




THOMAS GLEASON TIMOTHY GLEASON MARTHA GODFREY USA GODIN IDALINA GONCALVES 



Most Spirited — Cathy Gala- 
votti and Bob Majkut. 




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ANDREW GRAHAM GAIL GRAMAROSSA JOANNE GRANT PAUL GREGOIRE MARK GREGOIRE 




DAVID GRILLI 



GARY GRINDLE 



DEBORAH GROGAN BARBARA GROTH 



YVETTE GUILMAIN 




KAREN GUINIS 



RALPH GUYER 



VINCENT HAGGERTY JANET HAMMOND 



DEBORAH 
HANNINGTON 



CRAIG HANSON 



ERIC HARDER 



ROGER HARDWICKE 



JAMES HARLOW 



JANICE HARPER 




BRIAN HARRINGTON BECKY HARWOOD 



ALICE HASSIN 



DALE HATCH 



WENDY HAYN 




CYNTHIA HEINEY ALFRED HELUNGER 



DEBRA HENRY 



JON HIGGINS 



PAUL HILLSBURG 



Versatility — Joanne Ingra- 
ham and Bob King. 




Whenever I get to feel this way 
Hard to find new words to say 

Each to his own way, I'll go mine 
Best of luck with what you find 
But for your own sake, Remember 
times we used to know. 
Ian Anderson 



KAREN HINCH 



SANDRA 
HLUSCHEW5KYJ 



STAFAN 
HLUSCHEWSKY) 



HAROLD HOUSE 



CLIFF HUTCHINSON 




ROBERT IAMPIETRO JOANNE INGRAHAM 



LYNN ISHAM 



TIMOTHY ISHAM 



THOMAS JACKSON 




CAROLYN JOHNSON DEBORAH JOHNSON CHRISTOPHER JONES 



Our years at Chaug are etched in our minds, 
Our many discoveries and unusual finds. 
We've got but a few months or so and we're gone, 
But we'll always remember the laughter and song. 
We learned as we went, we changed and we grew, 
With poise and with pride we always came through. 
Whatever we do and wherever we go, 
The strength of this learning will certainly show. 
How can we describe the feelings we've known, 
All that you mean to us may never be shown. 
We say our final goodbyes and smile as we do, 
We say we're happy to go, but we know its not true. 
In success or failure you're the first of our picks 
We'll always remember the spirit of seventy-six. 
Scott Painter 




SCOTT JONES ELIZABETH JORDAN JULIA JORDAN KENNETH JURKOWSKI CAROLYN KACZENSKI 




THERESA KASPER 



RODNEY KEDDRELL 



MARK KEDDY 



STEVEN KERN 



WILLIAM KERR 



BONNIE KIBBE 



ROBERT KING 



JACKIE KITTRIDGE WAYNE KLEIN DANIEL KNOWLES 




HELEN KWAPISINSKY JUDITH LAFLEUR LYNN LAFRENIERE PATRICIA LAITRES NANCY LAMBERT 




GARY LAMOTTE 



MARK LARAMEE MICHELE LAVALLE MARY LAWARE DONNA LEARD 



BETH LEFEBVRE MICHAEL LEMIEUX WILLIAM LEONARD DEBORAH LITTORIN RICHARD LORD 




RHONDA LOUSTEAU LORI LOVE 



THOMAS LYNCH WILLIAM LYNCH ROBERT MAJKUT 




KEVIN MANNING VIVIAN MANZER 



JULIE MARION 



DAN MORIN MARION MARKHAM 




MICHAEL MATHIEU 



BERNARD 

Mccormick 



ann Mccracken ann Mcdonald 



PATRICIA 
McGRANAGHAN 




CLAIRE McGREGOR MATTHEW McGUILL DEBORAH McKAY melinda meehan eric mentzen 




MICHAEL MERCIER CARL MERRICK FREDERICK MILLER SHARON MILLER JOSEPH MORELL 





KIM MORIARTY WARREN MORTENSEN MICHAEL MULLEN JOSEPH MURPHY PATRICIA MURPHY 




RONALD NARREAU KARL NAUMAN 



MARK NEVINS 



JAMES NICHOLS WILLIAM NICHOLS 




Class Hot Rodder — Cindy Engel. 



Class Hot Rodder — Dennis Sclafani. 



JOANNE NICKERSON ANDREW NIETUPSKI JOSEPH NOWAK PETER OADES TIMOTHY O'BRIEN 




MARK OFFICER KATHY OPALINSKI STEPHEN ORLUK PATRICIA PACKARD SCOTT PAINTER 




JAMES PAPPAS LYNNE PATRUNO SUSAN PAYSON STEPHEN PECZKA JULIAN PEREZ 




BRAD PICKETT 



LAWRENCE PIERCE MICHAEL PILIGIAN CHERYL PIROG 



JEFFREY PORTER KATHRYN POTHUL 




LINDA POTTER 



LYNN POTTER 



ROBERT POULIN 



SUSAN POWELL FRANK PUGLIANO 




JAMES QUACKENBUSH KIM REARDON SEAN REDDINGTON DAVID REED 



JAY REED 




DENISE RENE 



WAYNE ROBERTS SANDRA ROBINSON TIMOTHY ROGERS LYNN RONCARATI 




KEVIN ROSS 



SCOTT ROSS 



MICHAEL ROVELLI JONATHAN RUGG ROBERT RYAN 




RICHARD RYDER 



KATHERINE SAXE 



BARBARA SCHENK DAVID SCHNEIDER 



JOHN SCHUBERT 



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WILLIAM SCHUBERT DENNIS SCLAFANI ELIZABETH SCOTT DEBRA SEARS GREGORY SEARS 




SCOTT SEMLE WENDY SHANKEL SUSAN SHAW STEVEN SHEPARD RANDY SHERMAN 




MARK SHLOSSER JOHN SIANO 



PAULA SILVA 



SARA SILVA MICHAEL SIMONOKO 




SANDRA SLATCHER RICHARD SLEEPER ROBERT SLEEPER ALAN SMITH 



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DONNA SMITH 



JILL SMITH 



ROBERT STAMM JONATHAN STARR MICHAEL STEFANIK 




SUSAN STOEBER RONALD STOLARIK CHERYL STOLPINSKI JEFFREY STONE LOUISE ST. PIERRE 



MARK STRANGE CAROL STRUZZIERO KENNETH SULLIVAN SHERRI SWEETMAN DAVID SWIFT 




ROBERT TAYLOR ROBERT TAYLOR CHARLES THERRIEN RAYMOND THOMAS CAROL TUCKER 




RONALD VONFLATERN DONALD WALTON JAMES WAWRZYK JAMES WHIPPLE JAYNE WHITEHILL 




LYNDA WICKETT 



DARYL WILK 



DAVID WILLIAMS DIANA WILSON SUSAN WILSON 




MARY ELLEN MURPHY DEBRA DESMARAIS CAROLYN JOHNSON ROSE JORDAN CAROLYN VALENTINE 







TOP LEFT TO RIGHT - Tallest — Bill Miller. 
Nicest Eyes — 5teve Boyd and Missing — Becky 
Harwood. Class Musicians — Brad Pickett and 
Missing — Barb Schenk. Biggest Eaters — Joan 
Delgrego and Missing — Brian Harrington. Class 
Couple — Karl Merrick and Cheryl Gardell. 



TOP RIGHT TO LEFT — Most Courteous — 
Dave Williams and Missing — Kathy Dunn. Class 
Individualists — Peter Callan and Missing — 
Wendy Schenkel. Most Likely to Succeed — Bob 
King and Jan Follansbee. Class Einsteins — Sherri 
Sweetman and Chris Jones. Class Flirts — Wayne 
Carlson and Gina Belli. 




Missing Class Ballots — Quietest — janis Harper 
and Mark Domanowski. Shortest — Rose Jor- 
dan. Chatterbox — Lynn Roncarati and Scott 
Brennan. Laugh — Lisa Godin and Wayne Carl- 
son. Welcher — Lori Love and Tom Caney. 






'Good Luck to Everyone and Enjoy the Time Ahead of You". 

Monica Fongemie 



'To Each His Own". 
Brad Filiault 




"If you don't understand my silence, 
you will not understand my words." 
Pat Laitres 




Miss Noone is — 

Very Respectable, 
O.K., Decent! 

Good advisor cuz she's enthusiastic. 
Willing to give up anything she can 
donate and she sacrifices a lot of her 
time. 

A nice lady and likes working with our 
class. 

Dedicated to her class. 
Super unselfish and would do anything 
for anyone. 

Devoted and spoils her seniors. 
Totally interested and a great help to 
the Class of 1976. 

Very youthfull and wishes she was a 
senior again. 

A great teacher and very funny. 
Lookin' Good! And a great class advis- 
er. 

A Beautiful person! Totally involved! 
A simply Groovy Person! 
Miss Noone treats everyone equally. 
She Contributed a lot. 
Words can't truly explain her! 
She has many good points. 
A never ending heart. 
She never puts herself above her stu- 
dents. 



Dear Miss Noone, 

All those bake sales and car washes, the Junior Prom, the Senior Prom, the 50 Day Dance, the 
Senior Banquet, the Senior Work Week-End; none of these things could have happened without 
you. We can never repay you for all the ideas, time and effort you have given to our class. The Class 
of '76 admires and respects you as an advisor, a teacher and more importantly as a friend. Please 
remember us Miss Noone, because we'll always remember you. Thank you for being there when 
we needed you! with LovG/ 

Class of '76 




"Bead the good moments 


together. 


Pearl them lustrously into a priceless strand 


Proudly to be worn. 




Or carefully to be stored 




Inside the velvet case of memory ..." 




Nancy Milton 



THANKS 



In Memory Of 




Memories are what we survive on, 
Each and every one. 
They help us remember the good times, 
With those we'll always love. 

Never forget the little things, 
Like a smile or a tender kiss. 
Always remember the person, 
That all of us will miss. 

Gretchen Schmuck 



he walked through our lives 

with only a smile, 
he would turn his head with 

a yoke or two, 
he made us all from feeling blue, 
he said to us I'll always be a 

friend to you. 

Cindy Gorecki 




Robert J. Taylor 




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ABAR, MATT — 35 Walnut Rd., Hampden, 01036. 
ACCARDO, DEBORAH ANN — 100 Raymond Dr., 

Hamp, 01036. 
ADAM, RICHARD — 32 Sunnyside Ter., Wilb., 

01095. 
ADAMS, JENNIFER — 19 Ruth Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
ALLEN, TIMOTHY P. — 2 Park Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

Swimming 1,2,3,4 Leaders Corps 4. (Tim). 
ARSENAULT, WAYNE — 28 Glenn Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
AUDETTE, MICHELLE - 8 Herrick PI., Wilb., 01095. 

Varsity Field Hockey 1,2,3 2 — Tri-captain. Leaders 

Corps 3,4. 
AVERILL, EUGENE — 33 Brentwood Dr.," Wilb., 

01095. (Gene). 
AVERY, RICHARD — 
BACON, STEPHEN — 316 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 

01095. 
BAGGE, DAN — 10 Addison Rd., Wilb., 01095. Foot- 
ball 1 (Red). 
BALISE, JAMES — 37 Brookmont Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

Varsity Hockey 1,2,3,4 (Jeb). 
BARRON, KATHRYN R. — 34 Mountainbrook Dr., 



Wilb., 01095. Class Secretary 1 Student Council 1,2 
Stage Crew 1,2,3 One Acts 2,3 3 — Director P.A.- 
V.A.S. 3,4 4 — Talent Show Publicity Chairman 3 
— Talent Show Co-chairman J.C.L. 3,4 Homeroom 
Rep. (Kathie). 

BATISTA, ROBERT — 62 Manchonis Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

BAUER, PAM — 63 Oakland St., Wilb., 01095. 

BEACH, CAROLYN — 3 Miles Morgan Ct., Wilb., 
01095. Swim Team 1,2,3,4 2,3,4 — Varsity Smoke 
Signal Reporter 1,2 Freshman Chorus 1 Choralyres 
2,3,4 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Student Hostess 3,4 Western 
District Chorus. (Carrie). 

BEAUMIER, ROBERT — 298 North Rd., Hampden, 
01036. 

BECKER, HOWARD — 5 Ruth Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Mathletes 4. 

BEGLEY, DAVID — 18 West Colonial Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Cross Country 1 Spring Play 1,2,3,4 Ski 
Team 1 One Acts 2,3,4 Chamber Choir 2,3,4 Win- 
ter Play 2,3 Chorus 2,3,4 Talent Show 2,3,4 P.A.- 
V.A.S. 3,4 Art Symposium 2,3,4 Folk Festival 3,4 As 
School's Match Wits 4 Student Host 4 Yearbook 4. 
(Bagel). 

BELLI, GINA MARIE — 6 Westwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Synchronized Swimming 1,2,3,4 Junior Var- 
sity Cheerleading 2 Varsity Cheerleading 3,4 Lead- 
er's Corps 3 Student Hostess 3,4 Student Council 
3,4 L.B.C. 4. 

BELMER, DEBBIE — 26 Crestwood Rd., Hamp., 
01036. 

BENEDICT, JAMIE — 11 Vista Rd., Wilb., 01095. P.A.- 
V.A.S. 2,3,4 Office Aid 2 Drill Team 2 Winter Play 
"The Crucible" 2 Spring Play "A Bit of Ourselves" 
2 Experimental Theater "Golden Fleece" 3 Junior 
One-acts "Sorry Wrong Number" 3 Morning An- 
nouncements 3,4 Soccer Club 4. (Eggs). "Erol's 
Here" 

BERARD, MICHAEL — 184 Three Rivers Rd., Wilb., 
01095 Smoke Signal Reporter 3,4 Mathletes 4 
J.C.L. 4 As Schools Match Wits 4. (Moose). 

BERNET, LAURIE MAY — 238 Three Rivers Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. 

BIANCO, GINA — 927 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 01095 
Yearbook 3,4. 

BIELITZ, MARY — 7 Karen Dr., Wilb., 01095 Library 
Aide 1 Yearbook 2,3 Library Aide 2 junior Classical 
League 2,3,4 4 — Treasurer Student Hostess 3,4. 

BISKUP, KATHY MARY — 17 Arbor Ln., Wilb., 01095 
Guidance Aide 2 Student Hostess 3,4 Homeroom 
Rep — 3,4 Jr. Activity Committee 3 Open Campus 
Committee 4. 

BOHN, LAURA — 5 Karen Dr., Wilb., 01095 

BOILARD, CATHERINE M. — 2 Brooklawn Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. (Cathy). 

BONSALL, BRUCE H. — 8 Ruth Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Stage Crew 3,4 Smoke Signal 3,4 J.C.L. 3,4 Drama 3 
Men's Chorus 4. 

BORDENUK, JUDITH A. — 68 Monson Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Chorolyers 2 Folk Festival 2 Yearbook Staff 
4. 



BORTULUSSI, VICTORIA — 118 Raymond Dr., 
Hamp., 01036. 

BOURCIER, PAUL G. — 6 Chapel St., Wilb., 01095. 
Mathletes 4 J.C.L. 4 As Schools Match Wits 4 
(Space). 

BOYD, STEPHEN L. — 200 Springfield St., Wilb., 
01095. Cross Country 1 Hockey 1,2,3,4 Tennis 
2,3,4 

BOYER, JON R. — 892 Tinkam Rd., Wilb., 01095 

BRENNAN, SCOTT E. — 24 Fernwood Dr., Hamp., 
01036. Cross Country 1 Track 1,2,3,4 Football 3 
J.C.L. 4 Mathletes 4. 

BRISBOIS, PAMELA — 892 Tinkam Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Student Hostess 2,3 Student Aid 4. 

BRODEUR, DAVID — 104 East Longmeadow Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. 

BUCKLEY, ELAINE MARIE — 8 Hemingway Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. Entered Fall Of 74 Drill Team 3 Li- 
brary Aid 3,4 Stage Crew 3 "The Ten Little Indi- 
ans" Cast of Anything Goes 3 Minnechaug Theatre 
Arts 3,4 Yearbook 4. 

BUDYNKIEWICZ, MICHAEL F. — 22 Allen Place, 
Hamp., 01036. Track 2,3,4 J.C.L. 2,3,4 Football 3,4 
(Binky). 

BUGBEE, MARY E. — 10 Arbor Ln., Wilb., 01095. 

BULAT, CYNTHIA L. — 103 Three River Rd., Wilb., 
01095. (Tigger). 

BUMP, CYNTHIA L. — 16 Bartlett Ave., Wilb., 01095. 
Gymnastics 1,2 Student Hostess 3. (Bump or 
Bumper) 

BURDICK, KEVIN - 90 Woodland Dr., Hamp., 
01036. 

BUREAU, RICHARD — 12 Scenic Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

BURIAN, STEVEN KENNETH — 7 Echo Valley Dr., 
Hamp., 01036. Football 1,2,3 Track 1,2,3. 

BYRNE, RICHARD — 10 Sylvan Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

BYRON, KENNETH L., — 254 Ames Rd., Hamp., 
01036. One Acts 2,3,4 Winter Play 2,3,4, Spring 
Play 2,3 Chamber Choir 2,3,4 Mathletes 2,3 Cho- 
rus 2,3,4 Art Symposium 2,3,4 Falcon 3,4 Lab Assis- 
tant 3 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Talent Show 4 Student Host 4 
Folk Festival 4 As Schools Match Wits 4. 

CALABRESE, GERALD — 899 Stonyhill Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

CALLAN, PETER — 1 3 Devonshire Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
J.C.L. 2,3 Mass. State J.C.L. 3 Drama 3 Student Ad- 
visory Comm. 3 Student Council 3 Talent Show 4. 
(P.J.). 

CANEY, THOMAS — 3 Linwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

CAPACCIO, NICHOLAS — 1 Overlook Dr., Wilb., 
01095. 

CARDETTI, EDGARDO — 37 Linwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Cross Country 1 Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 Con- 
cert Band 1,2,3 P.A.V.A.S. 4 Yearbook 4 Leaders 
Corps 4. 

CARLSON, STEVEN P. — 274 Mountain Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Pep Band 1,2,3,4 Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Swimming 1,2,3,4 Jazz Band 3 "Anything Goes" 
P.A.V.A.S. 4 Leaders Corps 4 (Steve). 

CARLSON, WAYNE — 360 Mountain Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 



CARPENTER, ELIZABETH — 16 Scenic Dr., Wilb., 

01095. 
CASON, RICHARD — 1148 Glendale Rd., Wilb., 

01095. 
CASTELLI, BARBARA — 41 Pleasantview Rd. Wilb., 

01095. 
CAZALET, CHRISTOPHER — 16 Brookmont, Wilb., 

01095. Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Soccer 1, Leader Corps 

4. (Steve) 
CHAPIN, JEFF P. — 947 Main St., Wilb., 01095. Cross 

Country 1,2,3 Track, 1,2,3,4. 
CHICHAKLY, KARIM JEFFREY — 575 Ridge Rd., 

Wilb., 01095. A.V. Aid 2,3,4 Chess Club 2,3,4 

Mathletes 3,4 Photography Club 3,4 "Anything 

Goes" 3 As Schools Match Wits 4. 
CHOUINARD, JEANNE — 4 Bradlind Ave., Wilb., 

01095. Swim Team 1,2 Syncho 1,2. 
CHUTE, LESLIE — 58 Glendale Rd., Hamp., 01036. 
CLIFFORD, KIM — 26 Chestnut Hill Rd., Hamp., 

01036. Gymnastics 1,2, Synco 1,2,3,4 P.A.V.A.S. 

3,4. (Kimba). 




COLBURN, JOHN WESLEY — 15 Linwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Soccer 1 Hockey 1,2 Tennis 1,2,3,4 Year- 
book 4. 

COLEMAN, ANN M. — 25 Joan St., Wilb., 01095. 
(Annie). 

CONWAY, MARGARET — 33 Mountainbrook Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. (Peg). 

COOLEY, THOMAS — 181 Sessions Dr., Hamp., 
01036. (Tom). 

COONEY, PAT — 4 Millbrook Cir., Wilb., 01095. 

CORDNER, CARRIE J. — Willow Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Cheerleading 1,2,3, Syncho 1 Class Officer (Secre- 
tary) 2,3,4 Student Council Rep. 2,3,4 Football 
Manager 4. 

COREY, DEBORAH JEAN — 7 Overlook Dr., Wilb., 
01095. (Deb). 

CORRIVEAU, RICHARD R. — 388 Stony Hill Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. 

COSBY, ELLEN — 13 Brentwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

COURTNEY, DEBORAH — 11 Oakland St., Wilb., 
01095. (Deb). 

COUSHAINE, CLAUDIA MARIE — 14 Woodland 




Dell Rd., Wilb., 01095. Library Aid 1 Field Hockey 2 
Phys. Ed. Aid 3 Floor Hockey 3 Manager Golf 3 
Manager, Statistician Ice Hockey 3,4 

COVEL, ROGER — 415 Soule Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

CROSSMAN, TOBIN E. — 440 Soule Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Cross Country 1,2,3,4 Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 
Track 1,2. (Toby). 

CROWLEY, WILLIAM — 300 Wilbraham Rd., Hamp., 
01036. (Bill). 

CROZE, JEFFREY — 475 Monson Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Track and Field 1,2,3,4. (Jeff). 

DAIGNEAULT, PAUL — 29 Brooklawn Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Soccer 2 Track 2. 

DANE, DANIEL — 108 Crane Hill Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
(Dan). 

DARLING, NANCY JOAN — 14 Arbor Ln., Wilb., 
01095. Library Aid 1 Student Hostess 3,4. 

DAVIS, KAREN E. — 6 Tall Timber Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Syncho 1,2,3,4 Ski Team 3,4 Leaders Corps 3,4 Jr. 
Act. Committee 3 Field Hockey 4. 

DEBONIS, CAROL A. — 5 Craigwood Terr., Wilb., 
01095. Ski Team 3,4 Swim Team 4. 

DECOTEAU, RICHARD — 48 Brainard Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Ski Team 1,2,3,4. (Rick). 

DELARGY, JAMES — 26 Baldwin Dr., Hamp., 01036. 

DELGREGO, JOAN MARIE — 104 Burleigh Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. Winter Plays 1,2,3,4 Spring Plays 1,2,3 
One Acts 1,2,3,4 Guidance Aid 1 Freshman Chorus 
1 Choralyres 2,3,4 Jr. Classical League 2,3,4 P.A.- 
V.A.S. 3,4 Talent Show 1,2,3 Art Symposium 
1,2,3,4 Quill and Scroll 2,3,4 Emerald Magazine 1,2 
Drama Librarian 3 Stage Crew 1 

DESMARIS, DEBRA — 329 Glendale Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

DESMOND, CAROL — 896 Tinkham Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Orchestra 1 Library Aid 2 Yearbook 2,3 
Student Hostess 3,4 J.C.L. 3,4 

DESNOYERS, NANNETTE A. — 2 Hickory Hill Dr., 
Wilb., 01095. 

DEVALLE, ROBERT — 27 West Colonial Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1 
Student Council 1,2,3. 

DODD,PETER — 513 Chapin Rd., Hamp., 01036. 

DOMANOWSKI, MARK — 16 Brainard Rd., Wilb., 
01095. (Dom). 

DONNELLY, KATHY —17 Woodside Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 Student Council 2,3,4 
Class President 2 Class Vice President 3,4 Tennis 2 
School Committee Rep. 3,4 Leaders Corps 3,4 Tal- 
ent Show 4 L.B.C. 4. 

DONOVAN, DIANE PATRICIA — 2 Parkwood Dr., 
Wilb., 01095. Library Aid 1,2 Drill Team 2 Chora- 
lyres 2,3,4 Honors Chorus 2,3,4 Student Hostess 
2,3,4 One Act Play 2,3,4 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 "Anything 
Goes" 3 Talent Show 4. 

DOOLEY, PAUL — 29 West Colonial Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

DOOLEY, TOM — 29 West Colonial Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

DORSETT, MATTHEW D. — 26 Pleasant View, Wilb., 
01095. 



DOUTHWRIGHT, PAMELA J. — 651 Stonyhill Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. 

DOWNEY, RICH — 357 South Rd., Hamp., 01036. 

DRAGON JR., DONALD A. — 13 Longfellow Dr., 
Wilb., 01095. Soccer 1,2 Baseball 1,4 Basketball 
1.2,3,4. 

DRAGON, GARY — 3 Gary Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

DRISKILL, JOHN — 27 Eastwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

DUFRESNE, RANDI — 41 Walnut Dr., Hamp., 01036. 

DUNKLEE, CHARLES — 94 North Rd., Hamp., 01036. 
Swim Team 1,2,3,4 Track 3,4 L.B.C. 4 (Chic). 

DUNN, KATHLEEN L. — 10 Tall Timber Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Student Council 3,4 Synco 3,4 Jr. Activitity 
Comm. 3 Sr. Activity Comm. 4 L.B.C. 4 (Kathy). 

DURGARIAN, DONNA — 16 Maplewood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. (Dee). 

DZIURA, STAN — 15 Sunset Rock, Wilb., 01095. 

EASTON, ALLEN — 19 Welfleet Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

ELLARD, CLIFF — 108 Chilson Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

ENGEL, CYNTHIA — 2 Joan St., Wilb., 01095. Year- 
book 1,2,3,4 Quill & Scroll 2,3,4 Student Hostess 
2,3,4 Leaders Corps 3,4 L.B.C. 4 (Stosh) & (Engelb- 
wana). 

EVANS, JOHN — 88 Crane Hill Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

FESTA, ANTHONY — 5 Pine Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
(Tony). 

FILIAULT, BRADLEY — 331 Glendale Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1 Baseball 1 Yearbook 2,3,4 A.V. 
3,4 (Brad). 

FIORE, JOANNE — 6 Beachwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Tennis 3 L.B.C. 4. (Fie). 

FISHER, MARGARET BETH — 74 Meadowbrook Ln., 
Hamp., 01036. Stage Crew 1,2,3,4 Tennis 3,4. 
(Lucy). 

FIVES, JERRY — 6 Old Carriage Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

FIVES, TOM — 6 Old Carriage Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

FOLLANSBEE, JAN L. — 8 South Park Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Gymnastics 1 Softball 1,2,3,4 Office Aide 2 
Varsity Hockey Manager 2 Student Council Rep. 3 
Yearbook 3,4 Leaders Corps 3,4 Quill & Scroll 4. 

FONGEMIE, MONICA MARIE CHRISTINE — 6 
Longview Dr., Wilb., 01095. Guidance Aide 1,2,3 
Leaders Corps 3. 

FOSTER II, JAMES E. — 82 Mountain Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Gymnastics 1,2,3 Pep Band 1 Tennis 4 Ski 
Team 4 (Smoky). "I love the mountain molded by 
rivers, my home in their midst, the wind song that 
calls, the reasons I love Jesus — their creater". 

FRANCIS, CINDY J. — 2424 Boston Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Library Aide 1 Girls Tennis 2,3,4 Chemistry Lab 
Assistant 2,3,4 P. A.V. A. S. Art Symposium 3 Physics 
Lab Assistant 4. 

FRANCIS, TRACY BETH — 29 Decorie Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Smoke Signal 1 Drill Team 2 Student Hos- 
tess 3,4 Tutor 2 Leaders Corps 4. 

FRATAMICO, NICK — 32 Potash Hill Ln., Hamp., 
01036. 

FREDETTE, DEBORAH ANN — 509 Main St., Wilb., 
01095. Drill Team 2 F.T.A. 2,4 Spring Play 3 "Any- 
thing Goes " 3 P.A.V.A.S.4 Art Symposium 4 Year- 
book Staff 4 Talent Show 4. 




FROST, KAREN ELISE — 1171 Tinkham Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Swimming 1,2,3,4 Gymnastics 1,2 2 — Man- 
ager Softball 1,2 Class Treasurer 2,3,4 Student 
Council 2,3,4 School Committee 3,4 Syncho 3,4 
L.B.C. 4. (Hatchet Women). 

GADSBY, PAULA — 6 West Colonial Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Freshmen Chorus 1 Folk Festival 1,2,4 Art 
Symposium 1 Talent Show 1 Choralyers 2 Publicity 
Committee 4 Senior Distributive Education. (Pau- 
la). "The Greatest things in the world come from 
your own personal experiences". 

GALAVOTTI, CATHY J. — 18 Old Orchard Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. Vice President of Class 2, President 
of Class 3,4 J.V. Cheerleading 2,3 Student Council 
2,3,4 Leaders Corps 3,4 L.B.C. 4. (Galo). 

GALLINI, DIANNE M. — 5 Shirley St., Wilb., 01095. 

GARDELL, CHERYL SUE — 390 Glendale Rd., Wilb., 
01095. (Cherry). 

GAUDREAU, WAYNE — 175 Sessions Dr., Hamp., 
01036. (Wiener). 

GENDREAU, BILL — 60 Bridge St., Ind. Orchard. 

GERNUX, DAVID B. — 24 Glen Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4. 



GIBLIN, KATHY — 3 Hefferson Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

GIBSON, BARBARA — 11 Cooley Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Ski Team 1,2,3, 3 — Co-Captain Student Council 3 
Advisory Board to School Committee 3,4 Leaders 
Corps 3 Yearbook 3,4 4 — Editor in Chief, Quill & 
Scroll 4. 

GILBERT, PETER — 6 Ely Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

GiLES, DAVID S. — 10 Russell Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Soccer 1,2,3,4 Tennis 1,2,3,4. (Monkey). 

GILES, MARC S. — 60 East Longmeadow Rd., Wilb., 
01095. A.V. Aid 2,3,4. (Taz). 

GLEASON, THOMAS — 4 Wilton Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
(Tom). 

GLEASON, TIM — 4 Wilton Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

GODFREY, MARTHA A. — 22 Decorie Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Field Hockey 1 P.A.V.A.S. 4. 

GODIN, LISA ANNE — 8 Cedar Oak Ln., Hamp., 
01036. Field Hockey 1,2,3 Spring Play 1,3 Talent 
Show 4 Choralyres 4 Folk Festival 4. 

GONCALVES, IDALINA — 13 Weston St., Ind. Or- 
chard. 

GOODREAU, EDWARD — 12 Rose Cir., Hamp., 
01036. (Ed). 




GOTTA, MICHAEL — 10 Sunnyside Terr., Wilb., 
01095. Cross Country 3,4 Track 2,3,4. 

GOUDREAU JR., RICHARD L. — 151 East Longmea- 
dow Rd., Wilb., 01095. Track 1,2 Cross Country 2,3 
Leaders Corps 3,4 Student Council 2,3,4 Student 
Faculty Council Rep. 2,3,4 Regional and State Ad- 
visory Council 3,4 Boy's State Delegate 3 Model 
Congress Delegate 4 Smoke Signal Reporter 4 Fac- 
ulty Council Rep. 2,3,4 (N.A.). 

GOUVAN, AMY SUSAN — 18 Fernwood Dr., 
Hamp., 01036. Home Rm. Rep. 76 3,4 Open Cam- 
pus Committee 4. (Aim). 

GOWING, JAMES L. — 22 Brookside Cir., Wilb., 
01095. (Jim). 

GRAHAM, ANDREW R. — 3 Beechwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. (Andy). 

GRAMAROSSA, GAIL — 10 Circle Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Drill Team 2 Jr., One Acts 3, Winter Play 3, Spring 
Play 3, Yearbook 3,4 4 — Editor, Quill & Scroll 3,4 
P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Folk Festival 3,4 F.T.A. 3,4 Arts Sym- 
posium 3,4 Smoke Signal 4, Student Council 4, "As 
Schools Match Wits" 4, Leaders Corps 4, Talent 
Show 4, Chorus 4. 

GRANT, JOANNE — 527 Main St., Hamp., 01036. 
Swim Team 2,3,4 J.V. Softball 3 L.B.C. 4 (Heidi). 

GREGOIRE, MARK ROBERT — 97 Somerset St., 
Spfld., 01108. J.V. Baseball 2. 

GREGOIRE, PAUL — 1052 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

GRILLI, DAVE — 53 Brainard Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

GRINDLE, GARY — 334 South Rd., Hamp., 01036. 
Yearbook Staff 1,2 Photography Club 2 Folk Festi- 
val 3 Astronomy Club 2 Jr. Classical League 3. (Joy). 

GROGAN, DEBORAH — 4 Forest Glade Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Freshman Chorus 1 Talent Show 1 Library 
Aid 1 Jr. Classical League 1,2,3 2 — Vice President 
2 — Treasurer 2,3 — Secretary Spring Play 1,3 
Make-up Crew 2,3,4 Tech Crew 3,4 Choralyres 
2,3,4 Chamber Choir 3,4 Western Mass. District 4 
Folk Festival 1,2,3,4 Arts Symposium 1,2,3,4 Stu- 
dent Hostess 4 P.A.V.A.S. 4 Syncho 3,4 Yearbook 
3,4 4 — Activities Editor. (Deb). 

GROTH, BARBARA — 14 Brookdale Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Tutoring 2, F.T.A. 2 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4. 

GUILMAIN, YVETTE — 6 Sunnyside Terr., Wilb., 
01095. 

GUINIS, KAREN ELIZABETH — 357 Wilbraham Rd., 
Hamp., 01036. 

GUYER, RALPH — 23 Westwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Entered Fall 75. Hockey 4. (Skip). 

HAGGERTY, VIN — 51 East Longmeadow Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1,2,3,4 Track 1. 

HAMMOND, JANET — 8 Vista Rd., Wilb., 01095. Ski 
Team 1, Freshman Chorus, Choralyres 2, Library 
Aid 3. 

HANNINGTON, DEBBIE — 3 Welfleet Dr., Wilb., 
01095. School Store 3,4. (Spaz). 

HANSON, CRAIG — 18 Brookmont Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Spring Play 1, Talent Show 2, One Acts 2,3 
P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 F.T.A. 3 (Teddy). 

HARDER, ERIC —107 Three Rivers Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
(Rick). 



HARDWICK, ROGER C. - 560 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 
01095. A.V. Aid, 2,3,4, Mathletes 3,4 (Leo). 

HARLOW, JAMES W. — 42 Decorie Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1, Baseball 2, J.V. (Harlow). 

HARPER, JANICE — 15 Old Coach Rd., Hamp., 
01036. 

HARRINGTON, BRIAN F. — 92 Main St., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1, Track 1,2,3,4. 

HARWOOD, BECKY JO — 14 Fairview Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Student Council 3,4 Jr. Activities 3, Sr. Ac- 
tivities 4. (Becky). 

HASSIN, ALICE — 8 Maiden Ln., Wilb., 01095. 

HATCH, DALE — 20 North Rd., Hamp., 01036. 

HAYN, WENDY A. - 5 Bulkley Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Tutoring 3. 

HEINEY, CYNTHIA - 26 Eastwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
President of Freshman Class 1, Student Council 1, 
Tennis 2,3, Tutoring 3,4. 

HELLINGER, ALFRED — 7 Rosemary Dr., Wilb. 
01095. J.V. Soccer 1,2, Varsity Soccer 3,4. (Al). 

HENRY, DEBBIE — 23 Weston St., Wilb., 01095. Busi- 
ness Aid 3, Office Aid 4, (Skintight). 

HIGGINS, JON — 12 Blacksmith Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Drama One — Acts 1,2,3,4, "Ah, Wilderness" 1, 
"Anything Goes " 3, "Ten Little Indians" 3, Art 
Symposium 3,4, Talent Show, 4, Folk Festival 4. 

HILLSBURG, PAUL - 9 Branch Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Track and Field 2. 

HINCH, KAREN — 246 Chapin Rd., Hamp., 01036. 
Field Hockey 1,2,3. 

HLUSCHEWSKYJ, SANDRA — 8 Swasey Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Office Aid 1, Library Aid 1,2, Guidence Aid 
2,3,4, Drill Team 3, Yearbook 4. (Sandy). 

HLUSCHEWSKYJ, STAFAN- 8 Swasey Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Soccer 1,2,3,4. (Steve). 

HOUSE, HAROLD — 114 Chapin Rd., Hamp. 01036 
(Huck) 

HUTCHINSON, CLIFF — 295 Main St., Wilb. 01095 

IAMPIETRO, ROBERT M. — 38 Longview Dr., Wilb. 
01095. Soccer 3,4. (Bob) 

INGRAHAM, JOANNE E. - 182 Wilbraham Rd., 
Hamp., 01036. Cheerleading 1,2,3,4 4 — Captain, 
Student Council 3,4. L.B.C 4 

ISHAM, LYNNE — 234 South Rd. Hamp., 01036 JCL 
— 4, Yearbook — 4 

ISHAM, TIM — 123 Raymond Dr., Hampden 01036 

JACKSON, TOM — 14 Linwood Dr, Wilb. 01095 

JACQUE, KIM - 5 Pine Dr., Wilb. 01095 

JAMESON, SUSAN M. — 332 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 
01095. (Sue) 

JOHNSON, CARYN - 6 Blueberry Hill Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Library Aide 1, Band 1,2,3,4 F.T.A. 1,3. Cho- 
rus 3,4. Talent Show 4, PAVAS 4, Choralyres 4 

JOHNSON, CAROLYN NAOMI — 4 Sylvan Dr., 
Wilb., One-Acts 2,3,4, "The Crucible" 2, Spring 
play 2, Drill Team 2, "Anything Goes" 3, PAVAS 
3,4. Student Hostess 3, Art Symposium 3, Talent 
Show 4, Track Team 4. 

JOHNSON, DEBORAH LISA — 32 Riverside Dr., 
Hamp., 01036. Varsity Softball — 3 

JONES, CHRISTOPHER — 4 West Colonial Rd., Wilb. 
01095. Pep Band 1, Concert Band 1,2,3,4 Math-" 



letes 2,3,4, "As School Match Wits" 3,4 "Anything 
Goes" 3 (Chris) 

JONES, SCOTT — 2 Hitching Post Ln. Wilb. 01095. 

JORDAN, ELIZABETH L. - 11 Brookside Circle, 
Wilb. 01095. Swim Team 1,2 Ski Team 1,2,3,4 Li- 
brary Aide 1,2,3,4 Syncho 2,3,4 Field Hockey Lead- 
ers Corps 3,4 (Betsey) 

JORDAN, JULIA — 11 Brookside Circle, Wilb. 01095. 
Swim Team 1,2 Ski Team 1,3,4, Library Aide 1,2,3 
Syncho 2,3,4 F.T.A 3 Leaders Corps 4 (Jody) 

JORDAN, ROSEMARIE A. - 1 Cottage Ave., Wilb. 
01095. Library Aide 3 Office Aide 3 F.T.A. 3 
(Shorty) 

JURKOWSKI, KEN — ; 
01095. 

KACZENSKI, CAROLYN 
01095. 

KASPER, THERESA — 19 Bruerr Ave., Wilb., 01095. 
Basketball 2,3,4. (Terry) 

KEDDRELL, RODNEY — 325 Scantic Rd., Hamp., 
01036. J.C.L. 3,4 (Muff) 

KEDDY, MARK — 14 Echo Valley Rd., Hamp., 01036. 
Football Manager 2,3 Baseball Manager 2. 



Sunset Rock Rd., Wilb. 
— 16 Circle DR., Wilb. 




KERN, STEVEN — 24 Meadowbrook Ln., Hamp., 

01036. Spring Play 1,2,3, Winter Play 2,3,4 P.A.- 

V.A.S. 3,4 One-acts 3,4 Yearbook 3,4 Folk Festival 

3,4 Talent Show 3,4 Art Symposium 3,4 J.C.L 4 

(Steve) 
KIBBE, BONNIE — 245 Somers Rd., Hamp., 01036. 

Gymnastics 1 Field Hockey Manager 2. 
KILEY, MICHEAL — 27 Oakland Rd., Wilb., 01095, 

"The worst thing one can be is predictable" (Mike) 
KING, ROBERT ALAN — 12 Joan St., Wilb., 01095. 

Football 1,2 Hockey 1,2,3,4 4 — Captain Baseball 

1,2 Yearbook 1,2,3,4 Quill and Scroll 2,3,4 Track 

3,4 Leaders' Corps 3,4 
KITTRIDGE, JAQUELINE — 182 N. Mountain Rd., 

Wilb. 01095. "Advanced Atrophy" 4 (Jacqui) 
KLEIN, WAYNE — 10 Pidgeon Dr., Wilb., 01095 

Swim Team 2 Mathletes 3,4. 
KERR, BILL — 9 Brookside Circle, Wilb., 01095. 
KNOWLES, DAN — 41 Martin Farms Rd., Hamp. 

01036 
KOKKALIS, LAURA — 39 Hickory Ln., Hamp., 

01036. Drill Team 1 Student Hostess 2,3 P.A.V.A.S 

3,4 "Anything Goes" 3. 
KOSSICK, HOLLY — 6 Overlook Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

Syncho 1 Swim Team 1. 
KRONHOLM, ERIC — Captain Rd., Wilb., 01095 

Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 "Stay Eternally Buzzed, Bum- 
mer, Heavy on my Head, Bone Marrow!" 
KOLBUSZ, PAUL — 10 Dalton Dr., In. Orchard. 
KRZYNOWEK, BARB — 3 Allen PI., Hamp., 01036 
KSZEPKA, MARTIN — 55 Brainard Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

Work Study 3,4 "I wish that you could stand in my 

shoes for just one time and for that moment I 

could be you. Yes, I wish that for just one time you 

could stand in my shoes and you'd know what a 

drag it is to see you!" 
KWAPISINSKI, HELEN — 10 Weston St., Wilb., 

01095. Business Aide 3,4 
LAFLEUR, JUDITH — 21 Allen St., Crest Dr., Hamp., 

01036. (Judy) 
LAFRENIERE, LYNN — 2100 Boston Road, Wilb. 

01095. 
LAITRES, PATRICIA — 101 Raymond lr., Hamp., 

01036 Drill Team 2,3 Student Hostess 2,3,4. (Patty) 
LAMBERT, NANCY ANN — 2 Devonshire Dr., Wilb., 

01095. Guidance Aide 2 School Store 3,4 (Kid) 
LAMOTTE, GARY — 21 Martins Farms Rd., Hamp., 

01036. Gymnastics 1,2,3,4 Baseball 1 Football 1 

A.V. Aide 2 Yearbook 4 "If you've got a big mouth, 

close it!" 
LARAMEE, MARK — 67 Bliss Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
LAVALLEE, MICHELE — 26 Martins Farms Rd., 

Hamp., 01036. Field Hockey 2,3,4 Track 2,3,4 

Home rm. rep. 3,4. 
LAW ARE, MARY — 2765 Boston Rd., Wilb., 01095 

Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 Leaders' corps 4. 
LEARD, DONNA JEAN — 7 Brainard Rd., Wilb., 

01095. Library Aid 1 "A Bit of Ourselves" 2 Hockey 

Statistician 3 School Store 4. 




LEFEBVRE, BETH ELLEN — 18 Glenn Dr., Wilb., 

01095. Yearbook 1,4 Library Aid 1 Stage Crew 1 

Activity Committee 3,4 Field Hockey 3 Track 3. 
LEONARD, BILL — 340 Glendale Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
LEVAKIS, BILL — 47 East Longmeadow Rd., Hamp., 

01036. 
LITTORIN, DEB — 2 Garden Ln., Wilb., 01095. Track 

3,4. 
LOPATTA, MIKE — 2 Cottage Ave., Wilb., 01095. 
LORD, RICHARD — 343 Bennett Rd., Hamp., 01036. 
LOUSTEAU, RHONDA — 21 MiddleField Rd., 

Hamp., 01036. 
LOVE, LORI LEE — 34 West Colonial Rd., Wilb., 

01095. Swim Team 1. 
LYNCH, TOM — 8 Brookside Cir., Wilb., 01095. 
LYNCH, WILLIAM — 24 Westwood Dr., Wilb., 

01095. Baseball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2 Yearbook Staff 

3,4 (Bill) 
MAJKUT, ROBERT EDWARD — 27 Bennett Rd., 

Hamp., 01036. Hockey 1,2,3,4 Baseball 4 Yearbook 

4. (Bob). 



MANNING, KEVIN W. — 209 Wibraham Rd., Wilb., 

01095. Baseball 1,2,3,4 Soccer 3,4. 
MANZER, VIVIAN — 28 Brooklawn Rd., Wilb., 

01095. 
MARION, JULIE ANNE — 76 Bennett Rd., Hamp., 

01036. Chorus 1 Choralyres 2,3,4. 
MARKHAM, MARION — 12 Stony Hill Rd., Hamp., 

01036. 
MASON, RON — 77 Old Orchard Rd., Hamp., 

01036. 
MATHIEU, MIKE — 4 Herrick PI., Wilb., 01095. 
McCORMICK, BERNARD — 1007 Tinkham Rd., 

Wilb., 01095. Baseball 1 Soccer 1,2,3 Leaders Corps 

3,4 (Bud). 
McCRACKEN, ANN E. — 8 Ridgewood Rd., Wilb., 

01095. Tennis 1,2,3,4. 
McDONALD, ANNE E. — 6 Old Orchard R., Wilb., 

01095. Library Aid 2 Drill Team 2 Student Hostess 

2,3,4 Jr. Activity Committee 3 Home Room Rep. 

3,4 Leaders Corps 3 Open Campus Committee 4. 
McGRANAGHAN, PATRICIA ANN — 6 Becker St., 




Wilb., 01095. Library Aid 1 Yearbook 1,2 Field 
Hockey 3,4 Ski Team 3,4 Track 3,4 Activity Com- 
mittee 3,4 Leaders Corps 4 (Patty Parish). 

McGREGOR, CLAIRE MARIE — 807 Tinkham Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. Basketball 1,2 Smoke Signal 1,2,3 
P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Student Council Rep. 4 4 — -Editor 
in Chief. 

McGUILL, MATHEW — 57 Riverpark Dr., Hamp., 
01036. Baseball 1 Football 1,2,3 Hockey 1,2 Stu- 
dent Council 4 (Matt). 

MclNTOSH, MARCIA — 84 Three Rivers Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

McKay, DEB — 23 Fairview Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

MEEHAN, MELINDA — 11 Brentwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Swim Team 1 Gymnastics 1 (Mindy). 

MENTZEN, ERIC — 163 Crane Hill Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

MERCIER, MIKE — 5 Lebel Ave., Wilb., 01095. 

MERRICK, CARL — 343 Glendale Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

MILLER, FRED — 600 Glendale Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

MILLER, BILL — 111 Bartlett Ave., Wilb., 01095. 

MILLER, SHARON JANE — 11 Rice Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Track 1,2,4 Western Mass. Honor Chorus 2 Lab 
Assistant 2 Choralyres 2,4 Basketball 4 Chamber 
Choir 4 Talent Show 4. 

MORELL, JOE — 7 Sawmill Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

MORIARTY, KIM — 75 South Rd., Hamp., 01036 
(Mort). 

MORIN, DAN — 58 Martin Farms Rd., Hamp., 
01036. 

MORTENSEN, BILL — 44 Brooklawn Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1,3 Track 1,2,3,4 Leaders Corps 4. 

MULLEN, MICHAEL — 16 Joan St., Wilb., 01095. 

MURPHY, JOE — 29 Eastwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

MURPHY, MARY — 10 Lee Ln., Wilb., 01095 

MURPHY, PATRICIA — 36 Longview Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Guidance Aid 1 Field Hockey 2,4 Student 
Hostess 3,4. (Pat). 

NARREAU, RON — 2660 Boston Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

NAUMAN, KARL — 21 Blacksmith Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

NEVINS, MARK — 

NICHOLS, BILL — Baseball 1. 

NICHOLS, JAMES — 15 Porter Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

NICKERSON, JOANNE — 27 Leemond St., Wilb., 
01095. 

NIETUPSKI, ANDREW — 17 Hickory Ln., Hamp., 
01036, Tennis 2,3,4. (Andy). 

NOWAK, JOE — 8 Hickory Hill Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

OADES, PETER — 43 Monson Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

O'BRIEN, TIM — 1 Fairview Rd., Wilb., 01095 

OFFICER, MARK — 58 Monson Rd., Hampden 
01036. 

OPALINSKI, KATHY — 175 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

ORLUK, STEPHEN — 200 Manchonis Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

PACKARD, PATRICIA — 3 Shady Ln., Wilb., 01095. 
Library Aid 1 Pep Band 1,3,4 Concert Band 1,2,3,4 
Drill Team 2 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Winter Play 3 Folk Fes- 
tival 3 One Acts 3,4 Editor in Chief P.A.V.A.S. Staff 
4 Smoke Signal 4. (Pat). 



PAINTER, SCOTT DOUGLAS — 351 Springfield St., 
Wilb., 01095. Soccer 2 Volleyball 2 Basketball 3,4 
Mathletes 4. (Ilr2). 

PAPPAS, JIM — 35 Linwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

PATRUNO, LYNNE M. — 25 Pomeroy Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Field Hockey 1,2,3 Track 2,3. 

PAYSON, SUSAN — 32 Oakland St., Wilb., 01095. 
Spanish Club 1. 

PECZKA, STEVE — 655 Tinkham Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Hiking Club 3 Litter Clean-Up 3. (Bunyan). 

PEREZ, JULIAN — 27 Decorie Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

PETERSON, RICHARD — 63 Old Orchard Dr., 
Hamp., 01036. 

PHILLIPS, CHRISTINE A. — 235 Ames Rd., Hamp., 
01036. Gymnastics 1 Honor Chorus 1,2,3 Folk Fes- 
tival 1 Talent Show 1 Library Aid 1,4 Choralyres 
2,3,4 Chamber Choir 3,4 Tech Crew 3 Lab Assistant 
4 P.A.V.A.S. 4 (Chris). 

PIAGET, ANN ELIZABETH — 27 Mill Brook Dr., 
Wilb., 01095. Swim Team 1 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Library 
Aid 1 Folk Festivial 1,2,3 P.A.V.A.S. 2,3,4 Stage 
Crew 1,2,3 "My Fair Lady" 1 Talent Show 1,2,3,4 4 
— Co-Chairman One Acts 2,3 "A Bit of Our- 
selves" 2 "Anything Goes" 3. 

PIANOWSKI, LINDA — 19 Eastwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Library Aid 1,2 One Acts 2 Activity Com- 
mittee 3,4 Prom Committee 3 Student Hostess 3 
Open Campus Committee 4 Talent Show 4 Home- 
room Rep. 4 Advisory Board to School Committee 
4. 

PICKETT, BRAD — 2 Raymond Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2,3,4 Chess Club 2 West- 
ern District 3 "Ten Little Indians 3" "Anything 
Goes" 3 Talent Show 4 (Brad). 

PIERCE, LARRY — 17 Tall Timber Dr. Wilb., 01095. 
A.V. 1,2,3 (Larry). 

PIROG, CHERYL ANNE — 11 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 
01095. 

PILIGIAN, MICHAEL — 20 Ridgeway, Hamp., 01036. 

PORTER, JEFFREY — 46 Monson Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

POTHUL, KATHY — 21 Oakland St., Wilb., 01095. 

POTTER, LINDA — 791 Main St., Wilb., 01095. 

POTTER, LYNN — 31 Old Orchard, Hamp., 01036. 

POULIN, ROBERT — 2812 Boston Rd., N. Wilb., 
01067. 

POWELL, SUSAN — 43 Grove St., N. Wilb., 01067. 

PUGLIANO, FRANK P. — 359 Springfield St., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Leaders Corps 4. 

QUACKENBUSH, KEN - 659 Ridge Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Football 1,2,3,4 4 — co-captain. Track 
1,2,3,4. (Quack). 

REARDON, KIM — 125 Wilbraham Rd., Hamp., 
01036. 

REDDINGTON, SEAN — 17 Brentwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Hockey 1,2,3,4 Golf 1,2,3,4. 

REED, DAVID — 13 Sterling Dr., Wilb., 01095. Soc- 
cer 1,2,3,4 Basketball 2,3. 

REED, JAY — 751 Ridge Rd., Wilb., 01095. Mathletes 
3,4 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 "As School's Match Wits" 4 One 
Acts 3. 

RENE, DENISE — 67 Sessions Dr., Hamp., 01036. 



ROBERTS, WAYNE — 5 Seneca St., Wilb., 01095. 
Smoke Signal 3,4 Mathletes 3,4 

ROBINSON, SANDY — 41 Mountain Rd., Hamp., 
01036. 

ROGERS, TIMOTHY — 195 Burleigh Rd., Wilb., 
01095. (Tim) Ski Team 1. 

RONCARATI, LYNN — 18 Maplewood Dr., Wilb., 
01095. Floor Hockey 1 P.A.V.A.S. 3 Tennis 3,4 
"YOU TURKEY" (Motormouth). 

ROSS, J. KEVIN — 21 Mountainbrook Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Soccer 1,2,3 Student Council 1 Golf 3,4 
(Kevin). 

ROSS, SCOTT — Wehr Rd., Hamp., 01036. Soccer 1 
Basketball 1. 

ROVELLI, MICHAEL — 57 Bartlett Ave., Wilb., 01095 
(Mike). 

ROY, GARY — 30 Brooklawn Rd., Wilb., 01095. 

RUGG, JOHN — 24 West Colonial Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
Pep Band 1 Photography Club 1,2,3 

RYAN, ROBERT — 7 Sylvan Dr., Wilb., 01095. Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2 Track 4 Baseball 1 Lead- 
ers Corps 3. (Bob). 





RYDER, RICHARD — 551 Main St., Wilb., 01095. 

SAXE, KATHERINE ANNE — 220 Manchonis Ext., 
Wilb., 01095. Library Aid 1 Chorus 1 Spring Play 1,3 
Talent Show 1,3,4 Choralyres 1,3,4 One Acts 2,3,4 
Chamber Choir 2,3,4 Art Symposium 2,3,4 J.C.L. 
3,4 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Folk Festival 3,4 Western District 
and All State 3 Leaders Corps 3,4 Student Hostess 
4. 

SCHENK, BARBARA — 2 Woodside Dr., Wilb., 
01095. One Acts 1,2,3,4 Winter Play 1,2 Spring Play 
1,2,3 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Pep Band 1,2 Folk 
Festival 1,2,3 Talent Show 1,2,4 Art Symposium 
1,2,3,4 Stage Crew 1 Children's Theater Play 1 
Chamber Choir 2,3,4 Western District Choir 2,3 
P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Student Hostess 4 All State Chorus 
3. (Barb). 

SCHNEIDER, DAVID — 53 Meadowbrook Ln., Wilb., 
01095. (Dave). 

SCHUBERT, JOHN — 20 Chestnut Hill, Hamp., 
01036. 

SCHUBERT, WILLIAM — 20 Chestnut Hill, Hamp., 
01036. (Bill). 



SCLAFANI, DENNIS — 10 Wellfleet Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
SCOTT, ELIZABETH — 44 Oakland St., Wilb., 01095. 

J.C.L. 3,4 Drill Team 3. (Beth). 
SEARS, DEBBIE — 543 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
SEARS, GREGORY — 543 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb., 

01095. (Greg). 
SEMLE, SCOTT — 14 Raymond Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

Swim Team 1,2,3,4 3 — captain Track 1 Leaders 

Corps 3,4. 
SHAW, SUSAN — 454 Dipping Hole Rd., Wilb., 

01095. Swimming 1,2,3,4 4 — captain Gymnastics 1 

Leaders Corps 3,4 
SHEPARD, STEVEN — 46 Brookside Dr., Hamp., 

01036. (Steve). 
SHERMAN, RANDY — 127 Woodland Dr., Hamp., 

01036. Baseball 1 Football 1,4. (Tank). 
SCHLOSSER, MARK — 1 Linwood Dr., Wilb., 01095. 

Skiing 1 Leaders Corps 3. 
SIANO, JOHN — 108 Sessions Dr., Hamp., 01036. 
SILVA, PAULA — 5 Russel Rd., Wilb., 01095. Cheer- 
leading 1,2,3 Softball 1 Student Council 1,2 
SILVA, SARA — 31 Forest Hill Rd., Hamp., 01036. 

Swim Team 1,2 
SIMONOKO, MICHAEL — 243 Manchonis Rd. Ext., 

Wilb., 01095. 
SLATCHER, SANDY J. — 2666 Boston Rd., Wilb., 

01095. Library Aide 4, Office Aide 4. 
SLEEPER, RICHARD — 41 Woodland Dr., Hamp., 

01036. (Rick). 
SLEEPER, ROBERT — 41 Woodland Dr., Hamp., 

01036. (Bob). 
SMITH, ALAN — 5 Sylvan Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
SMITH, ANDY — Box 401, Wilb., 01095. Track 

1,2,3,4 Football 1 Swim Team 1,2,3,4. (Surfin'Bum). 
SMITH, DONNA — 122 Nath Rd., Hamp., 01036. 

Basketball 1, Track 3,4. 
SMITH, JILL — 33 Brookside Dr., Wilb., 01095. Skiing 

1,2,3,4 Tennis 1,2,3,4 Swimming 4. 
SMITH, KATHY — 2 Allen Ct., Hamp., 01036. 
STAMM, BOB — 1 Manor Rd., Wilb., 01095. 
STARR, JONATHON — 20 Arbor Ln., Wilb., 01095. 
STEFANIK, MICHAEL — 255 Manchonis Rd., Wilb., 

01095. 
STOEBER, SUSAN — 10 South Park Dr., Wilb. 01095. 

Softball 1 Swim team 2,3,4 Ski Team 2,3,4 3 — co- 
captain. (Sue). 
STOLARIK, RONALD J. — 301 Soule Rd., Wilb., 

01095. (Ron). 
STOLPINSKI, CHERYL A. — 473 Main St., Wilb., 

01095. 
STONE, JEFFREY — 70 Bennett Rd., Hamp., 

01036. 
ST. PIERRE, LOUISE — 3 Duffield St., Wilb., 01095. 

Guidance Aide 1 Drill Team 2 Student Hostess 

2,3,4 Tennis 3. 
STRANGE, MARK — 4 Rosemary Dr., Wilb., 01095. 
STRUZZIERO, CAROL A. — 47 Brainard Rd., Wilb. 

01095. Swim Team 1,2,3,4 Gymnastics 1 Softball 

1,2,3,4. 
SULLIVAN, KENNETH — 23 Burleigh Rd., Hamp., 

01036. 




SWEETMAN, SHERRI — 215 Three Rivers Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Pep Band 1,2,4 Art Symposium 1,2,4. Folk 
Festival 1,2 Talent Show 1,2,3 "My Fair Lady" 1 Lab 
Asst. 2,3,4 Mathletes 2,3,4 "Anything Goes" 3 P.A.- 
V.A.S. 4 "As Schools Match Wits" 4. 

SWIFT, DAVID L. — 9 Eastwood Dr., Wilb., 01095 
Soccer 1 Mathletes 2,3,4 Student Council 4 (Kid). 

TAYLOR, ROBERT J. —167 Raymond Dr., Hamp., 
01036. 

TAYLOR, ROBERT M. — 780 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb. 
01095. 

THERRIAN, CHARLES — 253 Bennett Rd., Hamp., 
01036. 

THOMAS, RAYMOND — 411 Soule Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Soccer 1,3,4. (Ray). 

TUCKER, CAROL — 11 Old Carriage Rd., Wilb., 
01095. Skiing 1,3,4 (Tuck). 

USHER, DONNA — 2 Lance Ln., Wilb., 01095. Library 
Aide 1 Office Aide 1 Activity Committee 3 Track 3. 

VALENTINE, CAROLYN J. — 37 Brainard Rd., Wilb 
01095. Talent Show 1,2,3,4 Folk Festival 1,2,3,4 Li- 
brary Aide 1 Crew — "My Fair Lady" 1 Choralyres 



1,2,3,4 Costume Crew 1,3 Crew — "Crucible " 2 
Crew — "A Bit of Ourselves" 2 Emeralds 2 Art 
Symposium 2,3,4 Make-up Crew 2,3 One Acts 
Crew 2,3,4 Quill & Scroll 3,4 P.A.V.A.S. 3,4 Student 
Advisory Council 3,4 "Anything Goes" 3 Crew — 
"Ten Little Indians" 3 Lab Theatre 3 Student 
Council 4 (Carole). 

VAN AMSTERDAM, MARCELLE A. — 22 West Colo- 
nial Rd., Wilb., 01095. Choralyres 1,2,3,4 Chamber 
Choir 2,3,4 Western District Chorus 2,3,4 P.A. 
V.A.S. 3,4 Student Hostess 3,4 Activities Editor — 
Yearbook 4 One Acts 1,2,3,4 Winter Play 1,2,3 
Spring Play 1,2,3,4 Art Symposium 1,2,3,4 Talent 
Show 1,2,3,4 Folk Festival 1,2,3,4. ' 

VAN HORN, DIANE — 18 Cedar Oak Ln., Hamp., 
01036. Field Hockey 1,2,3 3 — Manager. 

VILLANO, PAUL — 19 Colony Dr., Hamp., 01036. 

VON FLATERN, DEBORAH — 843 Main St., Wilb. 
01095 

VON FLATTERN, RON — 843 Main St., Wilb. 

WAWRZYK, JAMES — 456 Stony Hill Rd., Wilb. 

WELLS, JOHN — 12 Tracy Dr., Wilb. 

WHIPPLE, JAMES —130 Stony Hill Rd., Hamp., 01036 
Soccer 1,2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4. 

WHITEHILL, JAYNE — 40 Maple St., Wilb., 01095. 
One Acts 1,2,3,4, Children's Theater 1,2, Stage 
Crew 2,3, Winter Play 3, Spring Play 3. 

WICKET, LYNDA — 14 Pearl Ln., Wilb. 

WILBUR, STEVE — 153 Chapin Rd., Hamp. 

WILK, DARYL — 16 Oakland St., Wilb. 

WILLIAMS, DAVID — 31 Delmor Ave., Wilb. 

WILSON, DIANA M. — 22 Brentwood Dr., Wilb., 
01095, Track 1,2, Student Council 3, Student Advi- 
sory Board 3, Leader Corps 3, (Dee). 

WILSON, SUSAN J. — 9 Blacksmith Rd., Wilb. 01095. 
One Acts 1,2,3,4, Library Aid 2, Children's Theatre 
2, Drama Production Staff 2,3,4, Winter Play 2,3,4, 
Art Symposium 2,3,4, PAVAS 2,3,4, Tech Theatre 
2,3,4. (Sue). 

WITKOP, STAN — 89 Carmody Rd. Hamp. 

WOLSKI, BRIAN — 101 Manchonis Rd., Wilb. 

WOLSTENCROFT, TRACY — 224 Manchonis Rd. 
Wilb. 01095. Tennis 1,2,3,4, Smoke Signal 2,3,4, 
Leader Corps 3,4, Student council 3,4, PAVAS 3,4, 
Mathletes 4. (Ace). 

WORTHINGTON, RUSSELL —106 Mountain Rd., 
Wilb., 01095. Hockey 1,2,3, (Wink). 

WYLIE, PAM — 59 E. Longmeadow Rd., Wilb. 

YAZEL, JOHN — 38 Fernwood Dr., Hamp. 01036. 
Cross Country 1,2, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 
1,2,3,4, Football 3,4, Leader Corps 3,4,. (Yaze). 

ZIEMBA, JIM — 5 Sunnyside Terr. Wilb. 



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Guidance Aides 



FIRST ROW: Debbie Leonard, Deb- 
bie Irvine, Sue Allen, Karen Gard- 
ner. SECOND ROW: Lynn Holly, 
Ginger Switzer, Nancy Axtell, Cathy 
Barnes, Karen Lucas. MISSING: P.J. 
Calvert, Cindy Connell, Nancy Dar- 
ling, Kathy DeValle, Mike Gallant, 
Donna Hilt, Sandy Hluschewskyj, 
Heather Mercier, Peggy Murphy, 
Kelley O'Shea. 





FIRST ROW: Lucine Piligian, Chris 
Phillips, Amy Grill, Laurie Mercure, 
Evelyn McGee. SECOND ROW: Ste- 
ven Weatherbee, Karen Gardner, 
Beth Robison, Kim Ponath, Donna 
Mack, Donna Hilt. MISSING: Elaine 
Buckley, Kathy Lively. 



Photography Club 



What could a group 
of people possibly do 
in the dark room? 
The photography club 
spends a lot of time 
there every week de- 
veloping pictures. This 
year Walt Steinmetz 
from Loring Studios 
came in and gave a 
seminar on the finer 
points of good photog- 
raphy. The club mem- 
bers took photos for 
the Smoke Signal and 
Yearbook. 




FIRST ROW: John Burland, Andy Erickson, Neil LaBlond, Mark Turley. SECOND ROW: Lisa Divida, Kathy Pothul, 
Chris Jones, Steve Gillis, Advisor — Mr. Petzold, John Gottsche, Roger Bunce, Paul Bateson. 



Greenhouse 



If you're interested in Pelargonium or Saintpaulia eon- 
antha (Geraniums or African Violets) or just would like 
to find a nice warm place in school, then the green- 
house was the place for you. This year the greenhouse 
was open to all students and faculty interested in the 
care, feeding and growth of plants. Mr. Magdycz (advi- 
sor) brought in some rare plants to cultivate and the 
greenhouse collection almost expanded into the hall- 
ways. 



Kathi Saxe. MISSING: Linda Cloutier. 




HAVEV0!n«R 




Student Tutors 




What would you do if the lit- 
tle boy you were tutoring 
burst into tears because he 
had to erase so much the pa- 
per ripped in half? If you 
were a student tutor you'd 
pass out a gold star and stick 
the paper back together 
again. The Minnechaug tu- 
tors went over to Mile Tree 
School during study periods 
and helped the kids with 
reading, writing, and arith- 
matic. The kids liked the tu- 
tors, even though they made 
them work, and had farewell 
parties for them. 



Kathy Campbell, Debbie Fredette, Lisa Byam, Mr. Przybylowicz — advi- 
sor, Diane Donovan, Judy Lafleur, Sherry Labine, Gail Gramarossa. MISS- 
ING: Pam Brisbois, Beth Carpenter, Karen Frost, Joan Grattan, Lisa 
Sattler. 




Model Congress 



Weeks of hard work forming an ecology bill for 
Model Congress paid off for representatives 
Rich Goodreau, Dave Swift, Tracy Wolstencroft 
and Lee Poulopoulos. The four spent a week- 
end at AIC with advisor Mr. Hanscom. They 
presented their bill to the House of Represen- 
tatives where it passed with 50 votes — the 
largest majority out of all the proposals. Even 
better, it's the first time for Minnechaug a bill 
has been passed. 



Tracy Wolstencroft, Dave Swift, Rich Goo- 
dreau, Lee Poulopoulos, Mr. Hanscom — ad- 
visor. 




What the Chess Team lacked in numbers (there were only 
7 kids on the team), they made up in enthusiasm. Many 
late afternoons were spent in K-7 practicing old moves 
and perfecting new ones to stump opponents at their 
meets. Mr. Salk's unreliable car almost had the Falcons 
defeated before they started, it broke down at a crucial 
moment before a meet. 

Chess Team 



Dave Leonard, Pete Crover, Jeff Chichakly, Mr. Salk — advisor, Bob 
Bureau, Richard Wolford. MISSING: Howard Person, Alan Pearson. 






Through rain, sleet and gusts of wind our Pep Band rallied 
support from the stands. When the spirit dropped too low 
"Charge!" would sound from a lone trumpet and spirit 
was revived. Or if we were winning they played the "Vic- 
tory" song. The squad was run on a voluntary basis, with 
Mr. Beeler as their director. The band had it rougher than 
the players at times — they couldn't eat lunch before a 
game!! 



Pep Band 




Student Host And Hostesses 




FIRST ROW: Mrs. Sharrard — advisor, Holly Kervick, Kathi Saxe, Marcelle VanAmsterdam. SECOND ROW: Sue Laitres, Ginger Switzer, Maria Panasian, 
Carrie Beach, Katie Garber, Barbara Schenk. THIRD ROW: Sheree Goodrich, Karen Manning, Karen Garvey. MISSING: Bernie Abar, Linda Abraham- 
son, Sandy Bealieu, Michelle Beaumont, Gina Belli, Julie Belli, David Begley, Mary Bielitz, Kathy Biskup, Paula Bromley, Elaine Buckley , Ken Byron, 
Kellie Carter, Carey Dalton, Nancy Darling, Carol Desmond, Debbie Douthwright, Sue Driscoll, Cindy Engel, Jillen Flynn, Gina Fusco, Lori Getchell, 
Debbie Grogan, Donna Grogan, Ann McDonald, Pat Murphy, Joanne Nickerson, Linda Pianowski, Lee Poulopoulos, Sharon Richter, Kathy Ridenour, 
Sara Roche, Louise St. Pierre, Ginny Saxe, Lynn Stoeber, Robyn Stone, Pam Szmyt, Caryl Tobia, Joan Tobia, Donna Trow, Karen Voss, Kathy Wilson, 
Nancy Wilson, Leslie Wolfe. 



Sporting their green and white 
buttons, Student Hosts and 
Hostesses can be found direct- 
ing lost parents around the 
school at Open House. The 
Hosts and Hostesses also help 
usher at Concerts and shows. 
This year they were asked to 
usher at the West Point Glee 
Club Concert. The final activity 
of the year is graduation which 
everyone is always happy to 
serve at. 




Junior Classical League 




Sue Allen, Clif Averill, Kathie Barron, Kim Barry, Jim Beaulieu, Micheal Berard, Mary Bielitz, Bruce Bonsall, 
George Bonsall, Paul Bourcier, Karen Bourcier, Mike Budynkiewicz, Linda Bromley, Paula Bromley, 
Debbie Chapin, Linda Cheetham, Ellen Cosby, Joan Delgrego, Carol Desmond, Lisa Divida, Tina Domey, 
Karen Duffy, Gina Fusco, Mary Gleason, Micheal Grover, Peter Grover, Lynn Isham, Rodney Keddrell, 
Steven Kern, Richard Lasonde, David Leonard, Linda Marinaro, Kevin McGee, Evelyn McGee, Sue 
McCracken, Micheal Melborne, Kathy Opalinski, Erin O'Shea, Nick Pappas, Howard Person, James Pratt, 
Mike Rademaker, Kathy Ridenour, Ginny Saxe, Amy Sazama, Beth Scott, Lori Smith, Valerie Sweeney, 
Caryl Tobia, Joan Tobia, Mark Trimble, Linda Welsh, Katy Wilson. Mrs.Ats is the advisor. 




The Junior Classical League 
didn't just decorate the H-hall 
showcase this year, but did 
plenty else too. They spon- 
sored a dance for the school, 
made Christmas wreaths and 
garlands, entered a catapult 
contest and won first place (al- 
though the day before the con- 
test the arm got stuck at the top 
and broke off because of the 
cold!). 

J.C.L. also held a Family Night 
supper, members went to 
H.C.C. for Classics Day and an- 
other scrapbook was started for 
national competition. The 
J.C.L. state newspaper had 
headquarters at Minnechaug 
since Ginny Saxe was publish- 
ing editor. She was also secre- 
tary of our J.C.L. . . . Mary Bie- 
litz was treasurer, and Clif 
Averill the Vice President. The 
President was Mike Budyn- 
kiewicz and the advisor Mrs. 
Ats, both of whom were 
around a lot after school. 



Mathletes 



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To most of us, the above equation 
would be Greek, but even with Mr. 
Granaudo's accent and his scratchy 
handwriting, the kids in Mathletes 
would be able to whip the answer 
out in two seconds flat. Mathletes 
have been invincible this year, main- 
taining a first place position all along. 
Practice is once a week after school, 
and the rest of the week is spent 
deciphering work sheets. 





Ellen Andrews, Howard Becker, Michael Berard, Paul Boucier, Karen Flodman, Janet Fortier, Herb 
Frost, Michael Crover, Roger Hardwick, Chris Jones, Wayne Klein, Bill Leonard, Dave Leonard, 
Francis Polom, Wayne Roberts, Sherri Sweetman, Dave Swift, Mr. Granaudo —advisor. 



School Store 




If you couldn't face a 
school lunch, then the 
school store offered a 
variety of snacks for 
you. They had pea- 
nuts, Yankee Doodles, 
Oreos, brownies, and 
lots more. They did 
most of their business 
during snack break and 
the crowd around the 
store window stopped 
all traffic from H hall to 
J hall. Even better, 
though, if you were 
ever in dire need of a 
pen, bookcover, or no- 
tebook, they sold those 
too. 



FIRST ROW: Gary Roy, Carol Kosinski, Wendy Hayn, Nancy Lambert, Debbie Hannington, Paula Cadsby. SECOND 
ROW: Rick Corriveau, Tim O'Brien, Al Easton, Mike Rovelli. THIRD ROW: Tony Festa, Mr. Aras — advisor, Carl 
Merrick, Tim Gleason. MISSING: Claudia Coushaine, Tim Gleason, Donna Leard, Bill Miller, Don Walton. 




Choralyres And Men's Chorus 





SECOND SOPRANOS: Jenny Osmond, Ann Piaget, Marcelle VanAmsterdam, Kathi Saxe, 
Barbara Schenk, Carrie Beach. 



MEN'S CHORUS: Steve Strohman, Dave Begley, Clif Averill, Jim Beaulieu, Jon Gottsche, Bob 
Bureau, Paul Williamson, Jon Higgins, Bruce Bonsall, Ken Byron, Bill Leonard. MISSING: Mike 
Orland, Joe Walt. 




FIRST SOPRANOS: FIRST ROW: Debbie Grogan, Carole Valentine, 
Kim Pennington, Terry Owens, Cathy Gartner. SECOND ROW: 
Debbie Von Flatern, Diane Donovan, Debbie Irvine, Sharon Mill- 
er, Karen Gardner, Julie Marion. THIRD ROW: Debbie Leonard, 
Mary Ellen Sparks, Lisa Godin, Sharon Richter. MISSING: Jill Flynn, 
Karen Garvey, Mary Gerrard, Sharon Novak. 





ALTOS: FIRST ROW: Sue Getchell, Chris Phillips, Sue Holiday, Joan Delgrego, 
Julie Berenson, Linda Welsh, Carolyn Jones, Ann Carmody. SECOND ROW: 
Maria Panasian, Karen Voss, Lisa Divida, Donna Mack, Ginny Saxe, Lisa Knak, 
Sally Johnson, Amy White. MISSING: Caryn Johnson, Gail Nessell, Beth Robison. 



Girls' Chorus 




FIRST ROW: Judy Kirk, Kim Stolarik, Sheila Paradise, Cheryl Healy, Robin Budynkiewicz, Patty Steen, 
Jeanmarie Jones, Sandy Gardner. SECOND ROW: Linda Cloutier, Lisa Gouvan, Beth Sitnik, Mary 
Desautelle, Carolyne Kearney, Sherry LaFleur. THIRD ROW: Beverly Berard, Debbie Williams, 
Barbara Schenk — Student Conductor, Mr. Amerman — advisor. 






Choral Concert 




The Memorial School Chorus was 
the guest singers at the Winter 
Concert. The Men's Chorus and 
the Choralyres sang together un- 
der the direction of Mr. Amer- 
man. The Chamber Choir, a group 
of the top vocalists, did a few 
pieces, as did the Freshman Cho- 
rus. The Freshman Chorus was 
student directed by senior Bar- 
bara Schenk. Carrie Beach, Ann 
Piaget, Kathi Saxe, Barb Schenk, 
Marcelle Van Amsterdam, Jenny 
Osmond and James Beaulieu all 
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Band Concert 




As an experiment this year, the 
Winter Band Concert, directed by 
Mr. Charles Beeler, was held se- 
'perately from the choral concert. 
The students participating in the 
program and the audience of 800 
people thought it was more fun 
and easier to have two short musi- 
cal programs than one long one. 
The hour long concert was a stun- 
ning success and the band even 
received new uniforms for their 
effort! 




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F/R5T ROW: Scott Hastie, Marilyn Hulstrom, Jane Scott, Eric Byron, Pat Packard, Karen Flodman , Steve Strohman, Jim Cannamela, Bill Smith, Greg 
Gibson, Chris Jones. SECOND ROW: Donna Getchell, Carol Schenk, Barb Flathers, Linda Stecher, Lisa Brown, Sally Johnson, Barb Schenk, Mark 
Turley, Craig Nieske, Bob Gaudette, Chris Dubord. THIRD ROW: Andy Sharpe, Caryn Johnson, Debbie Bromley, Kelly Campbell, Bob Bureau, Paul 
Loveland, Paul Williamson, Paul Abrahamson, Harry Stecher, Bob Hellinger, Noel Pixley. FOURTH ROW: Brad Pickett, Bob Auchter, Hooker Groth, 
Scott Dow, Bill Newton, Steve Carlson, Doug Carlson. MISSING: John Adams, Scott Cooper, Mary Gerrard, Bill Gould, Lisa Knak, Brian Lis, Mike 
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The West Side Student Council visited Minnechaug for an 
exchange, only no one wanted to take them into the 
cafeteria until they found out West Side's food was just 
like ours! The council went to the Western Mass. Student 
Council for the same reason they visited West Springfield 
High School, to get ideas to improve ours. But the council 
members weren't just concerned with themselves, all of 
them belonged to "Help for the Aged". They also ran the 
arena scheduling, which was a chore in itself. The coun- 
cil's favorite way to earn money was to give dances, and 
they had several. 



Student Council 






FIRST ROW: Dave Swift, Tracy Wolstencroft, Lee Pouloupolous, Tim 
DeValle, Jim Ancey, Cindy Miner, Joanne Szczepanek, P.J. Calvert, Kathy 
Coupe, Caryl Tobia. SECOND ROW: llene Hassiotis, Peg Murphy, Cory 
Maguill, Tina Kronholm, Prisilla Blodgett, Nina Leone, Sherry Labine, 
Sally Johnson, Lori Buoniconti, Lisa Cambo. THIRD ROW: Walt Silveria, 
Cathy Megliola, Scott Gatchell, Jim Williams, Joy Willson, Jim Wark, Sue 
Bates, Tina Russo, Chris Howard, Chris Calvert, Ann Sousa, Lisa Johnson, 
Julie Belli, Clair McGregor, Joanne Ingraham, Jeb Balise, Gina Belli, Chris 
Belsky, Sue Doten, Becky Harwood, Gail Gramarossa, Lynn Maskell, 
Sarah Roche, Rich Goodreau. 





The 1-Act Play Contest 



SENIOR PLAY: Plaza Suite — (Best Play) — Director —Sue Wilson. Cast — Carolyn Johnson (Best 
Actress), Ken Byron (Best Actor), Bill Leonard, Pat Packard. 




FRESHMAN PLAY: Insomnia — Directors — Steve Kern and Kathi Saxe. Cast — Rebecca Fash, 
Amy Sazama, Jeanmarie Jones, Mike Rademaker (Honorable Mention), Kathy Ryan, Judith 
Kirk, James Cannamela (Honorable Mention), Lisa Gouvan, Cheryl Healy, Kevin McGee, 
Sandi Gardner. 






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JUNIOR PLAY: The Bathroom Door — Director — Joan Delgrego. Cast — Clif Averill, Linda 
Cheetham, Maria Panasian, Lisa Divida, Julie Berenson, Sharon Richter (Best Supporting Ac- 
tress), Jenny Osmond (Honorable Mention), Alejandro Rizo Morales (Best Supporting Actor). 





SOPHOMORE PLAY: Nellie was a Lady — Directors — David Begley and Barbara Schenk. Cast — 
Sharon Nowak, Patty Reidy, Cathie Gartner, Ginny Saxe , Jane Scott, Craig Powers, Eric Byron 
(Honorable Mention). 




Tech Crew 



Did you ever think that a stage set 
was the result of paint fights, sore 
thumbs, lost tools, and hours of work 
every night night after school? The 
tech crew started off the year by re- 
organizing the back stage area so 
they could find all of last year's 
equipment. Mr. Sawyer advised, Mr. 
Ryan designed the sets and Clif 
Averill managed the building. The 
group was given about two months 
to complete sets for productions. 
Near the end of the time limit, the 
stage, back stage, orchestra pit and 
nearby halls were filled with flats be- 
ing hammered together with this 
year's new tools. The group had alot 
of fun though, and as Sue Wilson 
says, "The hardest workers are the 
ones behind the scenes." 





FIRST ROW: Chris Phillips, Pat Packard, 
Beth Robison, Sherry Sweetman, Linda 
Welsh. SECOND ROW: Clif Averill, Lisa Di- 
vida, Sandi Gardner, Debbie Bromley, Sue 
Wilson, Jayne Whitehill, Katy Wilson, 
Bruce Bonsall. THIRD ROW: Steve Carlson, 
Jillen Flynn, Scott Painter, Doug Carlson, 
Scott Dow, Anita Megas, Dave Begley. 




Foreign Exchange 




FIRST ROW: Donna Grogan, Gina Fusco, Katie Garber, Kathy Saxe. SECOND 
ROW: Tim DeValle, Dave Begley, Ken Byron, Mike Lemieux. MISSING: Julie 
Berenson, Pat Brodeur, Elaine Buckley, Ed Cardetti, Chris Cazalet, Sue Doten, 
Debbie Fredette, Steve Kern, Gary LaMotte, Bob Majkut, Bill Meehan, Jim 
Pappas, Ann Piaget, Ginny Saxe, Barb Schenk, Martha Shaw, Joan Tobia. 



Schools are all alike wherever they are and Alejan- 
dro Morales, an exchange student from Mexico, 
proved this after a year at Minnechaug. He liked our 
high school and the United States but thought the 
weather was very cold up here! A junior this year, 
Alex had no language barrier problem, except when 
students tried to talk to him in Spanish! He liked 
living in an American household (the Kern's of 
Hampden) and the T.V. show "Monty Python" but 
he still was homesick at the beginning of his stay. 




Yearbook Staff 




The yearbook staff were the students who did a 
lot of work and got little credit. They made the 
layouts (in many cases over and over.), cropped 
pictures, chased down coaches, advisors and 
team captains. They took a lot of pressure off 
their editors except when they followed the 
rules: "Deadlines are made to be broken!" But 
the Yearbook staff will get their just reward — 
soon they'll be the editors! 



P.A.V.A.S. 




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With its 61 members, 
the Performing and Vi- 
sual Arts Society has 
done more in 75-76 
than in any previous 
year. They put on the 
annual Talent Show, Art 
Symposium, Arts Con- 
test, and sponsored a 
Harvest Dance. P.A- 
.V.A.S. contributed 
money to Channel 57 
and they also bought 
the film WHY MAN 
CREATES for the 
school. But none of 
these things would 
have happened with- 
out those Monday 
meetings after school, 
nor without the two 
advisors, Mr. Amerman 
and Mr. Spencer. Who 
could forget Mr. Spen- 
cer's referee whistle 
when things got a little 
too rowdy! 



OFFICERS: Linda Cheetham — Sec, Barbara Groth — Ed., Sally Johnson — Tres., Gail Gramar- 
ossa — Ed., Kathi Saxe — Sec, Barbara Schenk — V.P., Ken Byron — Pres., Pat Packard — Head 
Ed. 



FIRST ROW: Pat Packard, Martha Shaw, Carolyn Johnson, Jenny Osmond, Karen Voss. SECOND 
ROW: Maria Panasian, Ken Byron, Barbara Schenk, Kathi Saxe, Gail Gramarossa, Chris Phillips, 
Diane Donovan, Sue Wilson, Kim Clifford, Barbara Groth. THIRD ROW: Marcelle VanAmster- 
dam, Linda Cheetham, Julie Berenson, Amy White, Sally Johnson, Carrie Beach, Bill Leonard, 
Craig Hanson, Sherri Sweetman, Karen Garvey, Lori Getchell, Caryn Johnson, Carole Valentine, 
Debbie Fredette, Jim Pappas. FOURTH ROW: Debbie Grogan, Joan Delgrego, Mike Lemieux, 
Kathy Ridenour, Steve Kern, Tracy Wolstencroft, Gail Nessell, Kathie Barron, Jay Reed, Mr. 
Spencer — advisor, Laura Kokkalis, Clif Averill, Jayne Whitehill, Brad Pickett, Ed Cardetti. 
MISSING: Dave Begley, Jamie Benedict, Vicky Bortolussi, Steve Carlson, Leslie Chute, Kathy 
Donnelly, Randi DuFresne, Martha Godfrey, Sue Jameson, Lisa Knak, Paul Loveland, Claire 
McGregor, Erin O'Shea, Ann Piaget, Sharon Richter, Wendy Shankel, Lisa Shankel, Steve 
Strohman, Mr. Amerman — advisor. 





Talent Show 



1000 people pushed 
into the school audito- 
rium to see the P.A- 
.V.A.S. Talent Show — 
the largest crowd ever. 
For a nominal fee of 
50<t the audience saw 
20 acts — all of which 
centered on the theme 
"Vaudeville". Co-di- 
rectors Ann Piaget and 
Jenny Osmond, with 
the help of advisor Mr. 
Amerman did a fantas- 
tic job picking the acts 
that appeared. The acts 
consisted of come- 
dians, vocalists, bands, 
jugglers, unicyclers and 
dancers. Among the 
highlights were Caro- 
lyn Johnson's song 
"Hey Big Spender!" 
Bridget Walt's dancing, 
and the Varsity Cheer- 
leader's song and 
dance routine. 



Yearbook 




The Yearbook office was 
always cold and quiet, a 
good place to take a nap 
— until deadlines were 
due, that is. Then poor El 
KaBarb (Editor-in-chief 
Barb Gibson) ran around 
trying to help everyone 
think of section titles or 
find lost pictures and B.K. 
(alias Bob King — Assis- 
tant Editor) spent a lot of 
time on the phone trying 
to get Walter, the photog- 
rapher, and not succeed- 
ing. Everyone wondered 
how they got conned into 
this deal in the first place, 
especially advisor D.B. 
(Mr. Bernstein), who kept 
handing back layouts with 
"REDO!" written all over 
them. But the Yearbook 
got done, even though no 
one knew what home- 
work or free time was for 
many weeks. But the 
Yearbook was great, so it 
was worth it — We hope! 



Editors 




OPPOSITE PAGE: Gail Gramar- 
ossa — Faculty, Cindy Engel — 
Seniors, Debbie Grogan — Ac- 
tivities, Herb Frost — Sports, Mr. 
Bernstein — advisor, Barb Gib- 
son — Ed.-in-Chief. THIS PAGE: 
Beth Lefebvre — Copy, Linda 
Cheetham — Underclassmen, 
Marcelle VanAmsterdam — Ac- 
tivities, Jeff Chichakly — Pho- 
tographer, Bill Lynch — Business 
Manager, Jan Follansbee — 
Sports, Bob King — Assistant Ed., 
Sue Hamner — Ads. Our special 
thanks to Mr. Tipaldi. 




Smoke Signal 



Who else but the Smoke Signal editors have to do ten pu- 
shups if they're late for homeroom in the morning? Mr. 
Leduke (their homeroom teacher) not only found a way to 
keep them in shape, but a way to get them there on time and 
start work on their sections. Claire McGregor (Editor in 
Chief) and Tracy Wolstencroft (assistant editor) have 4 page 
editors, 6 coordinators, a business manager, and an illustrator 
helping, but without advisor Mrs. O'Donaghue, the paper 
would be hard put to meet their monthly deadlines. The 
Smoke Signal has articles on Sports Events, Student Council, 
dances, club meetings , and gripes — not bad for just 15 
cents. 




FIRST ROW: Sally Johnson — pg. ed., Amy White — pg. ed., Erin O'Shea 
— pg. ed., Martha Shaw — coordinator. SECOND ROW: Sherry Labine — 
coordinator, Ginny Saxe — coordinator, Lori Cetchell — business man- 
ager, Wayne Roberts — pg. ed., Claire McGregor — Ed.-in-chief, Tracy 
Wolstencroft — Assistant Ed., Mary Grillo — coordinator, Pat Packard — 
illustrator. MISSING: Neil LeBlond — coordinator, Mrs. O'Donahue — 
advisor. 




Leader Corps 





FIRST ROW: Scott Semle, Chris Cazalet, Fred Miller, Jeff Croze, Bob 
DeValle. SECOND ROW: Bernie McCormick, Ed Cardetti, Tim Allen, 
John Yazel, Tracy Wolstencroft. THIRD ROW: Paul Loveland, Tim De- 
Valle, Walt Silveira, Dave Bonney, Darryl Carlson, Paul Campion, Steve 
Carlson. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Girotti — advisor. 



FIRST ROW: Pat McGranahan, Joanne Nickerson, Carol Struzziero, Jan 
Follansbee, Cindy Engel, Mary Ellen Murphy. SECOND ROW: Ann Mc- 
Donald, Kathi Saxe, Debbie Chapin, Karen Davis, Carrie Beach, Sue 
Shaw, Karen Garvey. THIRD ROW: Tracy Francis, Gail Gramarossa, Sally 
Johnson, Jody Jordan, Betsy Jordan, Randi DuFresne, Jenny Osmond. 
FOURTH ROW: Kathy Kresik, Leslie Wolfe, Michelle Audette, Joanne 
Grant, Caryl Tobia, Sue Doten, Lynn Maskell, Erin O'Shea. 



The leader's in the gym classes do a lot of work that 
doesn't meet the eye — passing out towels, finding lost 
sneakers, remembering kids combinations so that the 
teacher doesn't have to keep looking them up or just 
plain sitting in the locker room during free periods for 
locker room duty. Leader's don't look forward to Locker 
Room Duty with the smell of sweaty socks or the sound of 
a steady drip from a shower but many find it easier than 
demonstrating a tumbling routine when all they can re- 
member is the forward roll. 




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Mary Alice Wolf 



Greg Trimmer 



Barbara Prackneck 





Frank Sersanti 



Astrid Lindstrom 




Russell Holt 



George Robinson 

The science of pure mathematics in its modern 
development may claim to be the most original 
creation of the human spirit. 



Teresa Barton 




Patricia Gagnon 




Gary Petzold 



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Arthur Mina 




Donald Campbell 




Science 



Richard Brown 



Beulah Towne 



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Harold Miller 




David Kosiorek 




Charles Casserly 




Curtis Wing 




William Eakins 



Paul LaFlamme 



Karl Sternberg 



Physical Education 




Patricia Cascio 




Patricia Polchlopek 



James Girotti 



The mind and body are inseparable. Both deserve 
vigorous excercise to insure good health and happi- 
ness. 



David Martin 



Remedial 



Patricia Lynch 





Andrew Whalen 



Throughout our lives, we will need a helping 
hand. Education insures the presence of an 
open palm, not a clenched fist. 



Paul Deslauriers 




Shirley Bates 



Project Act 



Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has 
seen and thinking what nobody has thought. 




Alan Sentkowski 




Carolyn Cowen 




Jan Wolcott 



E.I. LP. 



I have yet to find a student who did not work better 
and put forth a better effort under a spirit of approv- 
al than under a spirit of criticism. 



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David Kaynor 



Work Study 



The dictionary is the only place where one 
finds success before work. 

There is only one way to work — like hell. 



Albert Newsome 





Social Studies 




Christine Wrona 



History is a vast early-warning system. M 

Norma Cousins >W 

Each 24 hours, the world turns over on some- 
one who was sitting on top of it. 

Hugh Allen 



Mary Lou Brewer 




Foreign 
Language 





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Assistant Principal 
William Schenk 



Administrative Aide 
John Logan 



Administration 



The Administration is concerned with running as 
problem-free a school as possible. Dedicated to 
education, they are the cement that holds the ship 
together. 



Guidance 




Assistant Principal 
Helen Walinski 




Administrative Aide 
Patricia Polchlopek 



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Judy Smith 



Secretaries 




Andrea Morgan 



loyce Thompson 




Home 
Economics 




Deborah Richter 




Katherine Goulding 



Economics is extremely useful as a form 
of employment for economists. 

John Kenneth Calbraith 



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Paula Gaynor 



Music 



Kathryn Nickolls 



Music is the universal language of mankind — 
poetry their universal pastime and delight. 
Anonymous 



Art 




A man who works with his hands is a 
laborer; a man who works with his 
hands and his brains is a craftsman; a 
man who works with his hands and his 
brains and his heart is an artist. 

Beechhurst 



Charles Beeler 



Warren Amerman 





Walter Maciaszek 



Elizabeth Bichan 



Joseph VanWest 



Gordon Jones 




John Deely 



Joan Guziec 

IndustrialArts 





Daniel Balser 



Hank Manegre 

Man's fear of ideas is probably the 
greatest dike holding back human 
knowledge and imagination. 

Frank Lloyd Wright 



John Logan James DeWolf 




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Martin Kibbe 




Sterling Futterlieb 




Service With A Smile 



Leonard Rising and cafeteria staff 



Media Center 




Celeste Sullivan 




Thanks to the following for their help 
throughout the year: Stanley Strycharz, 
Leon Superneau, Robert Frydryk, Law- 
rence Gosciminski, Michael Grise, 
Stanley Klimkowicz, Joe Norman, Ed 
Ordynowicz, Steve Plumb, Pete Sagan, 
Louis Stejna, George Stocks, Eric 
Switzer, Ted Szczepanik, Tom Trewin, 
and Ed Turner. Apologies to the janito- 
rial staff whose picture we were unable 
to get. Thanks again! 




Sara Ferris 




Diane Donnelly 



Guidance Secretaries 



Apologies to Mr. Peter 
Gartner whose picture 
appears on the first page 
of the faculty section. 



Madelene Newsome 
Nurse 



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Gridster Spirit Lives 



Maybe it was because Coach Charles Casserly 
didn't have the team doing "crabs" this year, or 
maybe it was because of his pre-game strategy of 
psyching his team up with stereo music, but^what- 
ever the reason, those Falcons never gave up. 
Even through down-pourings of rain, crowd spirit 
was great and the will to win stronger than ever. 
Team captains Dave Gernux, Mark Strange, Vin 
Haggerty, and Ken Quackenbush kept team moral 
high, but the good defense and offense helped 
also. The J.V. Football Team had a fine year with a 
record of 6 wins and 2 losses. They should add a 
lot of new talent next year to the Varsity team. 
The Freshmen Football Team had a near perfect 
season (7-1) and hold promise for the future. 






Falcons Trample 
Valley Wheel Opponents 



The Cross Country Team only had one fear ... to have to 
practice with Coach Kennedy. He was the one who used the 
hard speed workouts. Aside from that, what was unusual 
about this year's team was that they enjoyed running. No 
one took the shortcuts and few skipped practices (even the 
rain ones). At the end of the season many team members 
were still running every day. Somewhere all the work paid 
off. The team placed 4th out of 19 schools in the Western 
Mass. Tournament. They had an excellent season winning 
clutch meets and clinching Valley Wheel. With an unbeaten 
record in their league, the team's overall record was 12-2. 
The most important meet of the season (against Southwick) 
was won by one point. 




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E.L. Victory Biggest 



Led by coaches Pat Cascio and Pat Lynch, 
the team came in 1st in their league and 
are co-champions of Western Mass. The 
team reached their top physical condition 
by jogging around the track in the rain 
and then exercising to the beat of Beach 
Boys records! But not all practices were 
like this. Long, hard work paid off at West- 
ern Mass. for many swimmers. Captain 
Sue Shaw and Cory McGuill were triple 
gold medalists. The 400 freestyle relay 
team of Sue Shaw, Sue Doten, Shannon 
Leone and Cory McGuill broke the West- 
ern Mass. and State records by 5 seconds. 





Field Hockey Pioneer 
Valley Co-Champs 



Coach Reena "Mom" Bucknell took her 
team from a 6th place finish last season to 
co-champions this season. With a record of 8 
wins — 1 loss — 2 ties, the Field Hockey 
Team really came on strong against their ri- 
val, Southwick, with a win of 2-1. But with 
"Snake", "Chaug" (a green bear), and "He- 
lia" (the hippo) for mascots, how could the 
team go wrong? Another factor in the team's 
success this year was a superstition. Everyone 
took a piece of turf from the new playing 
field and put it on the opponent's field! 



Keeping 
Spirit Alive 



"We helped the teams by raising 
crowd spirit." ... so says Joanne 
Ingraham, captain of the Cheering 
Squad. Getting spectator buses 
for away meets, making posters 
for upcoming games, announce- 
ments for important matches, and 
raising school spirit for the team is 
only some of the work Cheer- 
leaders did. The cheerleaders 
were also in the Talent Show for 
the first time this year. Dressed in 
gym shorts, football shirts, and 
shoulder pads, the squad did a 
booming song and dance number, 
"Hey Big Scorer!" 





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Falcons Gain 1-1 Tie 

With State Champs West 

Side 



Heading a chip from Al "the move" Hel- 
linger, Walt Silveira scored clinching a dead- 
lock with powerhouse West Springfield. This 
helped to bring the total record for the team 
up to 10 wins — 5 losses — 2 ties. The win- 
ning streak of the team was almost ruined 
when Coach Whalen gave the team new 
shirts. But when the next game was lost, the 
shirts were taken away. As soon as they won 
their next game, though, the shirts were re- 
turned. First place in Division li was taken by 
the Falcons. 




Field Hockey 

8 Wins — 1 Loss — 

2 Ties 



FIRST ROW, L TO R: Kim Kober, Kathy Fabbri. 
MIDDLE ROW, L TO R: Patty McGranaghan, Pricilla 
Blodgett, Lori Buoniconti, Lisa Cambo, Lynn Mas- 
kell, Sue Fletcher. THIRD ROW, L TO R: Pam Boyn- 
ton, Sue Jacek, Maryellen Murphy, Ann McGran- 
aghan, Michelle Lavallee, Erin O'Shea, Diana De- 
metrius, Marybeth Verani, Peggy Murphy, Chris 
Leone. CO-CAPTAINS: Kathy Fabbri, Kim Kober. 
MISSINC: Coach Bucknell. 




J.V. Field Hockey 
Wins — 10 Losses 



FIRST ROW, L TO R: Jenny Trute, Karen Davis, 
Carol Dizer, Karen Berard, Michelle Kober, Sue 
McCracken, Joanne Szczepanek, Mary Crillo, 
Linda Kerst, Eleni Hassiotis, Sharon Usher. SEC- 
OND ROW, L TO R: Coach Lescault, Sue McCor- 
mick, Donna Merwin, Nancy Donovan, Carolyn 
Jones, Debbie Moran, Linda Stetcher, Diane St. 
Germain, Beth Tucker, Jackie lellamo, Lori Cala- 
brese, Sue Engels, Senya Bennet, Nina Leone, 
Paula Vance, Janet Coleman. MISSING: Coach 
Bucknell. 




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Girls' Swim Team 
10 Wins — 1 Loss 



FIRST ROW, L TO R: Sheryl McCarthy, Sally John- 
son, Karen Frost, Sue Stoeber, Joanne Grant, Car- 
ol Struzziero, Carrie Beach, Pat Cooney, Carol 
Debonis, Laurie Struzziero, Kate Sullivan. SEC- 
OND ROW, L TO R: Evelyn McGee, Erin Carr, Sue 
Doten, Cindy Connell, Chris Howard, Patti 
McGlaughlin, Lisa Shankel, Ginger McRae, Louisa 
Wilson, Joy Willson (MCR.) . THIRD ROW, L TO R.- 
Cheryl Bond (MGR.), P.J. Calvert, Cindy Minor, 
Shannon Leone, Lynn Whipple, Diane Robinson, 
Nancy Burns, Sandy Stirton, Lisa Veto, Cory 
McGuill, Lynn Stoeber. MISSINC: CAPTAIN: Sue 
Shaw, Coach Cascio, Coach Lynch. 



FIRST ROW, L TO R: Brian Harrington, Peter Lan- 
gone, Nish Vartanian, Bob DeValle, Tom 
Schnepp, Wayne Carlson, Jim Ancey, Mike Bu- 
dynkiewicz, Bob Ryan, John Powis, Tom Schu- 
bert. SECOND ROW, L TO R: Carrie Cordner 
(MCR.), Vince Haggerty, Tom O'Brien, Mark 
Melikian, Gordon Clark, Mark Strange, Jeff Harp- 
er, Dave Gratton, Brian Lis, Joe Walt, John 
Cooney, John Yazel, George Mukai, Ken Szmyt, 
Mike Devine, Ken Quackenbush. THIRD ROW, L 
TO R: Coach Casserly, Coach Winston, Paul Vil- 
lano, Eric Crossman, Steve Faudree, Bill Albert- 
son, Kevin Horigan, Ed Misiaszek, Bernie Roth, 
Gene Chambers, Doug Massidda, David Strange, 
Richard Dooley, Dave Gernux, Rich Farrar, Julian 
Perez, Rich Talbot, Coach Martin, Coach Camp- 
bell, Coach Cloutier. CAPTAINS: Mark Strange, 
Dave Gernux, Vince Haggerty, Ken Quacken- 
bush. 




Varsity Football 



J.V. Football 



3 Wins — 6 Losses 5 Wins — 2 Losses 



Freshman Football 
7 Wins — 1 Loss 



FIRST ROW, L TO R: Marty Anderson, John De- 
vine, Winslow Reed, Randy Cordner, Neil Von- 
Flatern, Mike Lively, Kurt Trevallion, John Mas- 
sidda, Rich Lasonde, Rich Bready. SECOND ROW, 
L TO R: James Bargon, Scott Brady, Mike Florio, 
Chuck Stark, Mike O'Brien, Rob Wilson, Pat 
Read, Jim Rahilly. THIRD ROW, L TO R: Coach 
Mina, Paul Silvernail, Mike Anti, Marty Mussel- 
man, Carl Cote, Dave Gray, Dave Stuart, Rich 
Perrone, Tim Wilson, Dave Boyd, Bill Newton, 
Coach Lucci. 




Cross Country 
12 Wins — 2 Losses 



FIRST ROW, L TO R: Harry Stecher, Mike Belanger, 
Ed Kirk, Mark Stevens, Mike Gotta, Jeff Stone, 
Mike Siniscalchi, Don Tucker. SECOND ROW, L 
TO R: Coach Bamford, Leland Pierce, Phil Butta, 
Ken Gaynor, Eric Carlson, Randy Feid, Toby 
Crossman, Alan Darling, Ed Wikar, Coach Kenne- 
dy. CAPTAINS: Jeff Stone, Mike Gotta. 





Varsity Soccer 

10 Wins — 5 Losses 

— 3 Ties 



STANDING, L TO R: John Wallace, Pete Dionne, 
Jeff Porter, Jim Whipple, Tom Kinner, Scott Coo- 
per, Dave Reed, Bill Siebert, Bill Donati, Steve 
Hluschewskyj, Ray Thomas, Kevin Manning, 
Coach Whalen. KNEELING, L TO R: Steve Stroh- 
man, Dave Giles, Rick Rodrigues, Al Hellinger, 
Walter Silveira, Ed Chapman, Bob lampietro, 
Dennis Costello. MISSING: Jim Wark, Brian Cau- 
ley, Fred Messier. CO-CAPTAINS: Al Hellinger, 
Walter Silveira. 




J.V. Soccer 

9 Wins — 4 Losses 

— 3 Ties 



STANDING, L TO R: Mike Grover, Paul Zeckhau- 
sen, Mike Flynn, Fred Messier, Scott Hesser, Don 
Robinson, Dave Whipple, Jeff Pokorny, Mike 
Metzger, Rick Stolpinski, Tom Gernux, Aldo Ti- 
boni, Pete Balise, Bill Meehan, John Bugby, 
Coach Goodman. KNEELING, L TO R: Pete Grover, 
Jeff Wolcott, Mike Webber, Sean Courtney, Greg 
Barnagian, Malcolm Gillan, Bob Follansbee, Dave 
Benoit, Scott Francis, Bob Hellinger, Wayne Za- 
patha. MISSING: Steve Cazalet, Scott Southworth, 
Phil Gaynor, Dennis Costello. 



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Freshman Soccer 

9 Wins — 6 Losses 

— 1 Tie 



BACK ROW, L TO R: Scott Gatchell, Jim Dickie, 
Scott Riddle, Tim Gillis, Buddy May, Steve Bard- 
well, Steve Setian, Bob Brown, Rich Wuerthele, 
Tom Pollard, Dan Mathews, Pat Garten, Tim Wil- 
son. FRONT ROW, L TO R: Mike Lavinio, Matt 
Bizon, Dave Brainerd, Gerry Sheehan, Steve La- 
vallee, Ken Holiday, Jim Dionne, Mike Gallant, 
Pete Lefebvre, David Duke, Phil Cambo, Tommy 
Boilard, Eric Bachmann, Mark Kokoszyna, Tim 
DeWolf. MISSING: Coach Balser. CO-CAPTAINS: 
Steve Bardwell, Tim Wilson. 



Varsity 
Cheerleaders 



FRONT ROW, L TO R: Lori Vail, Sherri Labine, Sue 
Holliday.' MIDDLE ROW, L TO R: Lisa Knak, Kim 
Patric, Karen Garvey, Pam Szmyt. BACK ROW, L 
TO R: Kathy Donnelly, Joanne Ingraham, Gina 
Belli, Debbie McKay. MISSING: Mrs. Donnelly, 
ADVISOR. CAPTAIN: Joanne Ingraham. 




Junior Varsity 
Cheerleaders 



FRONT ROW, Donna Jobson. SECOND ROW, L TO 
R: Donna Grogan, Margo Hagopian, Darci 
Melcher, Vicki McMann. STANDING, L TO R: Lisa 
Saleron, Kathy Krzesik, Terri Owens, Kim Pen- 
nington. TOP ROW, Bridget Walt. CAPTAIN: Terri 
Owens. 






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Falcons Streak Through 
Wright Division 

The bell-ringing crowds didn't need the new shirts (with 
the player's name on the back) to tell the team members 
apart. Even when they started wearing face masks, the 
players were easy to recognize; "Boyder" by his skating, 
"Jebber" by his slap shot, and the captain, "Kinger," was 
easy to spot because the opponents always double- 
teamed him. Reddington, Silveira, and Stecher formed a 
checking second line, and a strong third line included 
Rodrigues, Palm, and Hough. The trio of Kibbe, 
Sweeney, and Costello anchored the defense, but new- 
comers Kubik and Mackintosh played like pros. A team 
would be nothing without a goalie, and this team had two 
— Bob Majkut and Ralph "Skip" Guyer. But perhaps most 
of all, it was the team spirit that allowed the ice Falcons to 
keep on winning straight through the season. 





Girls Bid For 
Valley Wheel Title 

"A winner never stops proving it!" and the 
girls' basketball team never did. All the games 
were important but two standouts were the 
Agawam and Longmeadow games. The team 
won them both, helping them to extend their 
Valley Wheel winning streak to 26 games. 
Speed, defense, poise, and drive more than 
made up for their lack of height, but Coach 
Bucknell kept trying to make the girls grow 
anyway by feeding them oranges at half-time, 
and stopping at McDonald's for french fries 
and Big Mac's on the drive home from away 
games. Varsity tri-captains Maryellen Murphy, 
Terry Kasper, and Diana Demetrius worked 
hard following the team motto: "When you 
believe in something strong enough — it will 
happen!" And this team made things happen. 




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Short Falcons Have High Hopes 

Faculty members helped the boys' basketball team into shape. They all practiced 
after school and during vacation: the team for the experience and the teachers 
for the exercise. It was fun, but Coach Girotti felt the team needed some music to 
psych them up before games. However, after listening to Aerosmith, he changed 
his mind. Most of the team members were juniors. Co-captains Dave Gernux and 
John Yazel were the only seniors, while Hugh Lombardi was the single sopho- 
more. The Falcons (alias: the Celtics) practiced their favorite move — the jam, 
razzed "Dude" Burke, and got along great. This helped when the pressure built, 
especially in games against Putnam or E.L. Almost everybody would agree that the 
most exciting game was against Agawam, when they tied the score, went into 
double over-time, the clock broke, and then lost by one point in the last three 
seconds. 





Skiers Skate To Victory 

No matter if they won or lost, the boys' ski team always 
stopped at McDonalds on the way home and Coach Sousa 
bought the team manager Wesswe (Leslie) Ellard a ham- 
burger and french fries, even though she never wanted 
him to. All of the meets were at Mt. Tom so the team 
would pile into the van and scream at Tom Boilard for all 
the flying objects whizzing around. Captain Jeff Porter 
carved his way to victory on a bum knee and a pair of red 
hot Olin Mark ll's, as did Don Tucker on his Rossi ST 
Comps. 

Whoever heard about a ski coach forgetting his skis on the 
day of a meet? Well, the girls' coach Mr. Deely did. The 
whole team backtracked to his house and once there, the 
girls decided they had to meet Mrs. Deely. She passed 
inspection, so the team continued on to their meet. The 
backbone of the team were the underclassmen — Sue 
Davis, Beth Sitnik, Dianne Mammarelli, Beth Tucker, Lisa 
Cambo and Sally Johnson. The most improved skiers were 
freshmen Robin Lis and Kim Loftus. Co-captain Ann 
McGranaghan was the most consistent skier — always 
coming in 1st-3rd place in the meets. Even though the 
team was young, there were a few seniors around: Co- 
captain Jill Smith, Paula Silva, Carol Debonis, Betsy & Jody 
Jordan and Carol Tucker. 








Swimmers Make Splash 
In Western Mass. 

Members of the boys' swim team had a special way 
of greeting each other, they howled. And they 
barked at Coach Miller and Assistant Coach Win- 
ston, who grew a beard to continue the tradition of 
Mr. Worthley. At the Cathedral meet, the team 
didn't bark though, they ate lollipops because the 
Cathedral coach was always sucking on one! A cou- 
ple of team members wore hats to the meets for 
good luck, but with all the great swimmers on the 
team they didn't have to. Co-captains Mark Officer 
and Andy Smith were really outstanding, as were 
senior Scott Semle, junior Scott Goyer, and sopho- 
mores Kendall McCarthy and Chris Miller. 




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Young . . . Talented . . . 
And Raring To Go 

Pat Lynch was the new head coach for the girls' gymnastic 
team and ex-Minnechaug gymnast, Jeanne Benoit, her assis- 
tant. Freshmen made up 45% of the varsity competitors and 
there were no Seniors at all. Two frosh, Diane Robinson and 
Judy Kasper qualified for states along with Captain Jill 
"Pippi" Wolcott, The team looked towards team mascots, 
Ernie, Minniehympachaugapotomas and Mike the Clown, 
for moral support. Even though the team was young, it was 
the best beam team Minnechaug ever had. 








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Gymnasts Floor Opponents 

The parrallel bars and the rings were the weakest events at 
the beginning of the season, but by the end, Coaches Tom 
Goodman and George Hewitt admitted they had im- 
proved so much these were among their strongest events. 
Captains Ed Cardetti and Fred Miller were strong all 
around competitors. Chris Cazalet excelled in vaulting, 
rings, floor and the side horse. Scott Francis, a junior, was 
strong on the rings and sophomore Paul Lemieux added 
to the total team accumulation with his floor routines. 



Varsity Hockey 
15 Wins — 1 Loss — 2 
Ties 

KNEELING, L TO R: Sean Reddington, Rick Rodri- 
gues, Walter Silveira, Bob Majkut, Ralph Guyer, 
Jeb Balise, Bob King, Steve Boyd. STANDING, L 
TO R: Coach Kennedy, Tom Sweeney, Darroch 
Mackintosh, Todd Kubik, Dan Costello, Steve 
Kibbe, Ed Hough, Greg Palm. MISSING: Harry 
Stecher, Matt McGuill (MGR). CAPTAIN: Bob 
King. 




J.V. Hockey 
6 Wins — 5 Losses — 
1 Tie 

KNEELING, L TO R: Winslow Reed, Dan Mathews, 
Phillip Cambo, Dave Connors, Steve Bardwell, 
Dave Benoit, Eric Bachmann, Scott Kibbe. 
STANDING, L TO R: Tim DeWolf (MGR), Dave 
Auchter, Dave Boyd, Tim Wilson, Marty Szyd- 
lowski, Bruce Bergeron, Paul Abrahamson, 
Wayne Zapatha, Bob O'Hagan, Jim Dorsey, Den- 
nis Costello, Coach Kibbee. CAPTAIN: Wayne Za- 
patha. 




Boys' Swim Team 
9 Wins — 5 Losses 

BACK ROW, L TO R: Tom Pollard, John Kacoyan- 
nakis, Doug Carlson, Tim Gillis, Mike LaChapelle, 
Bruce Haldey, Jeff Taylor, Bob Belanger, Andy 
Ericson, Craig Powers, Chris Miller, Alan Berco- 
vici, Darrel Lousteau, Rich Lasonde. MIDDLE 
ROW, L TO R: Ken Zimmerman, Dan Birkhauser, 
Ed Kirk, Gary Garcia, Ken McCarthy, Scott Goyer, 
Scott Cooper, Steve Duffy, Brian Wilson, Bill 
Smith, Don Robinson, Coach Miller. FRONT 
ROW, L TO R: Scott Semle, Chick Dunklee, Peter 
Oades, Tim Allen, Mark Officer, Andy Smith. 
CAPTAINS: Mark Officer, Andy Smith. 





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Varsity Basketball 
6 Wins — 13 Losses 

BACK ROW, L TO R: Dave Gernux, Mike Devine, 
John Yazel, Mike Niemzcyk, Steve Burke, Hugh 
Lombardi, Coach Cirotti. FRONT ROW, L TO R.- 
Alan Rodrigues, Tom Schnepp, Jim Brady, Jim 
Ancey, Gary Cebula. CAPTAINS: Dave Gernux, 
John Yazel. 




J.V. Basketball 
9 Wins — 10 Losses 

BACK ROW, L TO R: Coach Ferris, Rich Farrar, 
Frank Skrzyniarz, Joe Tamsey, Mike Krzesik, Dar- 
rel Carlson, Randy Feid, Coach Lucci. FRONT 
ROW, L TO R: Paul Ouellette, Jeff Kogut, Nish 
Vartanian, Kevin Horigan, Tom Gernux, Bob 
Schnepp. CAPTAINS: Kevin Horigan, Tom Ger- 
nux, Nish Vartanian. 




Freshman Basketball 
10 Wins — 7 Losses 

BACK ROW, L TO R: Mike Mierzwinski, Paul 
Christiansen, Bill Newton, Dave Mele, Pat 
McMann, Coach Martin, Paul Silvernail, John 
Abrahamson, Jamie Bargon, Mike Frederic, Steve 
Murphy, Herbie Dogan. FRONT ROW, L TO R.- 
Greg Roundy, Rich Perrone, John Devine, Ken 
Holliday, Scott Brady, Mike Nietupski. CAPTAINS: 
John Devine, Ken Holliday. 



Varsity Girls' 

Basketball 

17 Wins — 3 Losses 

FRONT ROW, L TO R: Peggy Murphy, Lori Struzziero, 
Terry Kasper, Diana Demetrius, Maryellen Murphy, 
Kathy Fabbri. BACK ROW, L TO R: Linda Matonis, 
Chris Leone, Cathy Colitti, Diane Wentworth, Mar- 
tha Shaw, Janet Coleman. MISSING: Coach Bucknell. 
CAPTAINS: Terry Kasper, Maryellen Murphy, Diane 
Demetrius. 





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J.V. Girls' Basketball 
4 Wins — 13 Losses 

FRONT ROW, L TO R: Robin Biskup, Laurie Calabrese, 
Donna Trow, Heather Mercier, Joann Clarke. BACK 
ROW, L TO R: Coach Lescault, Bonnie Dickinson, 
Denise Mullen, Senya Bennett, Alicia Burns, Karen 
Sherman, Karen Flodman, Ann Misiaszek. CAP- 
TAINS: Senya Bennett, Alicia Burns. 




Girls' Ski Team 
7 Wins — 7 Losses 



KNEFLINC, L TO R: Diane Mammarelli, Beth Sitnik, 
Sally Johnson, Jody Jordan. STANDING, L TO R: Betsy 
Jordan, Carol Tucker Paula Silva, Susan Davis, Jill 
Smith, Ann McGranaghan, Carol DeBonis, Kim Lof- 
tus, Robin Lis, Coach Deely, Beth Tucker, Sue Magal- 
haes (MCR). CAPTAINS: Jill Smith, Ann McGran- 
aghan. 





Boys' Ski Team 
6 Wins — 6 Losses 

STANDING, L TO R: Bob Marchand, Glen Ans- 
chutz, Matt Corbishley, John Collins, Tom Boi- 
lard, Richard Wuerthele, Jeff Porter, Don Tucker, 
Rick Decoteau, Doug Orton, Jim Rahilly, Kevin 
Blomberg, Doug Swain, Kirt Vance. MISSING: 
Coach Sousa. CAPTAIN: Jeff Porter. 




Girls Gymnastics 
7 Wins — 3 Losses 

SITTING, L TO R: Laurie Calavotti, Donna Shirly, 
Judy Kasper, Bea Siebert, Priscilla Blodgett, 
Cheryl Bond, Laurie Booth, Paula Moody. KNEEL- 
ING, L TO R: Coach Lynch, Jill Wolcott, Coach 
Jeanne Benoit. STANDING, L TO R: Nancy Dono- 
van, Marybeth McClelland, Sandy Stirton, Patty 
Castelli, Diane Robinson, Missy Grill, Lisa Veto, 
Patty McLaughlin, Rose Garibian, Joy Willson. 
CAPTAIN: Jill Wolcott. 



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Boys' Gymnastics 
1 Win — 6 Losses 

KNEELING, L TO R: Paul Lemieux, Jim Ross, Dave 
Frederic, Phil Gaynor, Scott Francis, Jeff Wolcott, 
Bob Fritz, Ken Gaynor. SECOND ROW, L TO R: 
Coach Hewitt, Rich Courtney, Dave Duke, 
Wayne Gaudreau, Sean Courtney, Tim McGuill, 
Eric Byron, Otto Melbourne, Toby Crossman, 
Coach Goodman. THIRD ROW, L TO R: Fred Mill- 
er, Chris Cazalet, Bevin Fish, Eric Kronholm, Dave 
Grassetti, Steve St. Germain, Kurt Trevallion, Ed 
Cardetti. CAPTAINS: Fred Miller, Ed Cardetti. 




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JUNIORS 




Linda Abrahamson, Treas., Sally Johnson, Sec, Julie Belli, Pres. Tim DeValle, V. Pres. 





Jim Girotti Class Advisor 



IE A ** 



L. Abrahamson N. Adams 

W. Albertson 
P. Allen 
T. Aloisio 
K. Anderholm 



M. Ardolino D. Atchii 



R. Auchter 
J. Ancey 
E. Andrews 
C. Averill 
C. Bach 




P. Balise 


K. Becker 


R. Bilton 


P. Bourbeau 


G. Broz 


C. Caney 


T. Castillo 


L. Cheetham 


P. Conway 


K. Barsom 


J. BeHi 


D. Birkhaeuser 


P. Boynton 


S. Budlong 


G. Carestia 


B. Cauley 


M. Christiansen 


S. Cooper 


E. Bates 


C. Belsky 


D. Blanchard 


S. Bradley 


R. Bureau 


D. Carlson 


G. Cebuta 


R. Clark 


D. Costello 


K. Beane 


K. Berard 


P. Blanchard 


J. Brady 


M. Burgoon 


D. Carlson 


F. Celentano 


J. Coleman 


|. Coville 


D. Beaudry 


J. Berenson 


D. Bolduc 


S. Bready 


S. Burke 


A. Carmody 


D. Chapin 


C. Colitti 


C. Cowles 


B. Beaumier 


J. Bergeron 


D. Bonney 


P. Brodeur 


A. Burns 


K. Carter 


E. Chapman 


G. Condon 


A. Craig 


M. Beaumont 


J. Berthiaume 


D. Booth 


P. Bromley 
D. Brown 


B. Burns 
P. Butta 
P. Campion 


C. Casale 
P. Castelli 


G. Chaput 


D. Conery 


T. Crawford 




D. Croteau 


S. Day 


D. DeWolf 


B. Donati 


S. Driscoll 


R. Filiault 


1. Foley 


H. Frost 


K. Garvey 


K. Czaplicki 


). Dennis 


B. Dickinson 


M. Dorsett 


T. Dubord 


B. Fish 


L Fortini 


C. Galavotti 


C. Gatts 


L. Dakis 


M. Desmarais 


P. Dionne 


M. Dorsey 


S. Duffy 


K. Fitzgerald 


M. Fowler 


G. Garcia 


T. Geary 


R. Damiani 


T. DeValle 


L. Divida 


S. Doten 


B. Dunklee 


L. Florio 


S. Francis 


T. Garten 


T. Gernux 


L Dansereau 


M. DeVine 


R. Dodson 


D. Douthwright 


B. Dunwoody 
D. Engle 
M. Esteves 
S. Faudree 
L. Ferri 


). Flynn 


R. Fritz 


). Garvey 


M. Gerrard 




L. Cetchell 


). Gottsche 


M. Graves 


D. Gwozdz 


S. Harrison 


C. Hicks 


S. Holliday 


G. lellamo 


R. Jordan 


M. Cillan 


D. Gould 


M. Gress 


L. Habermehl 


M. Hassin 


S. Hill 


E. Hough 


B. Izzo 


D. Jobson 


S. Gillis 


J. Grant 


M. Grover 


S. Hanmer 


B. Hastings 


K. Hilt 


J. Howard 


J. lack 


G. Kakley 


M. Gleason 


B. Grassetti 


D. Grundslrom 


C. Hannington 


J. Hastings 


). Hirst 


T. Howell 


S. Johnson 
B. Jordan 


K. Kane 
B. Keddy 


N. Cneda 


D. Grattan 


V. Gueil 


J. Harper 


M. Hastings 


K Horigan 


I. Huxford 










J. Hayes 


















D. Hebert 


















T. Hetrick 


















K. Heroux 











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H. Kervick 


K. Kzresik 


L. Lafreniere 


R. Levesque 


P. LeDuc 


L. Mack 


0. Massidda 


S. McCormick 


M. Melikian 


S. Kibbe 


S. Kubik 


P. LaVelle 


B. Lopardo 


D. Leonard 


D. Mackintosh 


5. Mason 


S. McCracken 


H. Mercure 


N. King 


M. Kullberg 


M. Leavenworth 


N. LeBlond 


A. Leone 


5. Magalhaes 


L. Matonis 


T. McCuill 


M. Metzler 


T. Kinner 








L. Lindahl 


E. Marano 


K. McCann 


D. McMann 


O. Milbourr 


E. Kirk 








). Little 


C. Maryott 


S. McCarthy 


W. Meehan 


T. Milbourn 


K. Kober 








G. Long 


L. Maskell 


M. McClellan 


A. Megas 


D. Miller 


L. Knak 








D. Lopata 








B. Mireault 


C. Kogut 








P. Loveland 








E. Misiazek 


C. Kokoszyna 








K. Luthgren 








S. Monroe 




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D. Moody 


C. Nessell 


S. O'Neil 


B. Ouimette 


A. Pearson 


B. Powers 


). Pratt 


S. Reed 


D. Riga 

M. Rivenburgh 


J. Moran 


M. Niemczyk 


S. Orcuich 


T. Owens 


K. Pennington 


N. Powers 


E. Rauscher 


S. Richter 


J. Morris 


T. Nodell 


D. Orton 


M. Palmioni 


B. Pereira 


). Powis 


K. Reardon 


K. Ridenour 


A. Rizo 


L. Morse 


T. O'Brien 


E. O'Shea 


M. Panasian 


D. Perrone 








B. Robinson 


B. Mortensen 


D. O'Connor 


J. Osmond 


K. Patric 


B. Plugge 








S. Roche 


G. Mukai 


B. O'Hagan 


P. Ouellette 


D. Payer 


D. Policy 








A. Rodrigues 


1. Munsell 








F. Polom 








D. Rodrigues 


C. Neally 








C. Popovich 








R. Rodrigues 


J. Nelson 








L. Poulopoulos 








B. Roth 




T. Russo 


S. Setian 


M. Siniscalchi 


S. Smith 


L. Ryder 


L Shankle 


B. Smith 


D. Soucie 


B. Sazama 


B. Shaw 


C. Smith 


D. Spencer 


I Scarlett 


M. Shaw 


P. Smith 


C. Stamm 


G. Schmuck 


M. Sheehan 






T. Schnepp 


D. Sheehy 






G. Schott 


P. Siano 






T. Schubert 


B. Siebert 






P. Schwabe 


W. Silveira 







K. Stelzer R. Stolpinski L. Struzziero 

M. Stevens R. St. Pierre M. Strzempek 

N. St. Germain D. Strahan K. Sullivan 

S. St. Germain S. Strohman T. Sweeney 



A. Swift 
V. Switzer 
P. Szmyt 
A. Tibont 
P. Tippit 

C. Tobia 
J. Tozier 

D. Trow 

E. Trybus 



D. Tucker 
M. Verani 
D. Veto 
S. VonFlatern 
K. Voss 
I Warner 
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SOPHOMORE 




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Chris Calvert, Pres., Lisa Cambo, V. Pres., Joy Wilson, Sec, Tina Kronholm, Treas. 








P. Abrahamson ). Adams 



D. Auchter 


B. 


Barker 


B. Barron 


R. Audette 


G. 


Barnagian 


V. Barsom 


B. Bacon 


D. 


Barnes 


J. Bates 


L. Balboni 






S. Bates 


D. Baldyga 






P. Bateson 




K. Bauer 


W. Black 


A. Boucher 


V. Brown 


P. Busha 


S. Carpluk 


P. Chapin 


I. Bedard 


W. Black 


R. Bourget 


J. Bugbee 


E. Byron 


E. Carr 


B. Chaput 


M. Belanger 


P. Blodgett 


C. Boyer 


R. Bunce 


L. Calabrese 


T. Cason 


B. Charette 


D. Bennett 


R. Boissy 


C. Brehaut 


L. Buoniconti 


C. Calvert 


S. Cazalet 


D. Chouina 


S Bennett 


B. Bond 


A. Briand 


M. Burgoon 


L. Cambo 


E. Chambers 


C. Clark 


S. Bennett 


C. Bond 


D. Bromley 


D. Burian 


L. Caputo 


J. Chambers 


|. Clarke 


D. Benoit 


A. Booth 


A. Brown 


J. Burland 


A. Cardetti 


R. Chambers 


C. Collette 


A. Bercocici 














J. Bibeau 















C. Collins 
j. Collins 
M. Conley 

C. Connell 

D. Connor 
D. Conway 
K. Cooney 



J. Cooney 
M. Corbishly 
P. Corriveau 
C. Cote 
S. Courtney 
C. Coushaine 
R. Crawford 
N. Crooker 
E. Crossman 




D. Croze 


A. Darling 


K. Dernavich 


N. Donovan 


L. Ellard 


G. Fiore 


R. Follansbee 


D. Fuller 


E. Garibian 


C. Cunningham 


M. Davis 


M. Dionne 


R . Dooley 


S. Engels 


M. Fisher 


C. Fontaine 


G. Fusco 


K. Gardner 


S. Czaplicki 


P. Delaney 


C. Dizer 


C. Douglas 


A. Erickson 


B. F lathers 


J. Fortier 


L. Gadsby 


C. Gartner 


C. Dalton 


K. Delargy 


P. Dogan 


D. Dragon 


D. Esteves 


S. Fletcher 


T. Foster 


K. Garber 


B. Garvey 


B. Dangleis 


D. Demetrius 


T. Domey 


C. Dubord 


D. Farnham 


K. Flodman 


J. Fraser 


K. Gaynor 


C. Gatchell 








L. Duncan 


R. Farrar 


M. Flynn 


C. Fredette 




C. Gatts 








C. Dunscombe 


R. Feid 
















L. Duquette 


D. Ferrington 
















C. Dwyer 


J. Fidalgo 












R. Gaudette 


S. Goodrich 


D. Grassetti 


M. Grillo 


B. Hadley 


R. Hatch 


N. Hughes 


D. Irvine 


M. Johnson 


K. George 


S. Goodrich 


L. Grassetti 


J. Grise 


M. Hagopian 


S. Hayn 


D. Humphrey 


5. Jacek 


C. Jones 


M. Gerrard 


R. Gotta 


J. Grattan 


D. Grogan 


D. Hall 


R. Heath 


K. Huthinson 


P. Jalbert 


E. Jones 


5. Getchell 


C. Gottsche 


S. Gray 


H. Groth 


L. Hansen 


R. Hellinger 


S. lampietro 


P. Jameson 


K. Jurkowski 


J. Glaser 


B. Gousy 


M. Greco 


P. Grover 


C. Hanson 


S. Hesser 


R. Irla 


C. Jernigan 


A. Jutkiewicz 


]. Gleason 


R. Govoni 


M. Grill 


G. Guyer 


C. Hartin 
J. Hartman 
J. Harvey 
L. Hassin 


L. Hill 
D. Hilt 
C. Howard 
B. Howell 










P. Kane 


M. Kirby 


N. Kuznicki 


K. Lake 


C. Leary 


L. Lewis 


K. Lively 


J. Lord 


L. Mahaffey 


S. Kapp 


S. Kirk 


C. LaBelle 


M. Lamotte 


P. Lemieux 


E. Leyden 


H. Lombardi 


K. Lucas 


K. Manning 


B. Karpiniski 


M. Kober 


S. LaBine 


P. Langone 


G. Lenz 


B. Lis 


D. Long 


B. Luongo 


L. Mannix 


D. Kellner 


J. Kogut 


S. LaBoe 


M. L'Annunziata 


D. Leonard 


K. Little 


L. Lopardo 


D. Mack 


C. Mantis 


D. Kerr 


S. Koziol 


N. LaBroad 


W. Laramee 


C. Leone 










M. Kibbe 


T. Kronholm 


S. LaFerriere 


A. LaRiviere 


N. Leone 










D. King 


M. Krzesik 


S. Laitres 


L. Lavoie 


M. Lepley 
D. Lesniak 
J. Levesque 












S. Manzer 


K. Mather 


S. McFarland 


N. Mcintosh 


D. Melcher 


K. Mikkola 


A. Morris 


D. Norowiski 


L. Pain 


B. Marchand 


R. Matonis 


E. McCee 


P. McLaughlin 


). Mell 


H. Milbier 


R. Murphy 


S. Nowak 


G. Palm 


L. Marinaro 


P. Matthews 


O. McCettrick 


V. McMann 


L. Mecure 


C. Miller 


A. Nestor 


D. O'Connor 


]. Panaia 


T. Mason 


K. McCarthy 


A. McGranaghan 


V. McRae 


D. Merrick 


D. Mitchell 


C. Nichols 


W. Orland 


D. Parker 










B. Merrill 


N. Mitus 


K. Nichols 


D. Ort 


|. Pauly 










F. Messier 


S. Moriarty 


K. Niquette 


J. Ouellette 


K. Peczka 










M. Metzger 


D. Morin 


M. Normandeau 


C. Ouimet 


H. Person 










L. Michels 


















J. Mierzwinski 











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C. Pierce 


C. Powers 


J. Roberts 


J. Safford 


M. Schmidt 


). Scott 


R. Siebert 


E. Soucy 


L. Stirlen 


L. Pierce 


I. Przybycien 


D. Robinson 


D. Sampson 


E. Schnare 


L. Semle 


L. Skinner 


A. Sousa 


L. Stoeber 


N. Pixley 


M. Quigley 


L. Roulier 


E. Sattler 


B. Schnepp 


C. Shaw 


M. Slatcher 


S. Southworth 


). Stolki 


I. Pokorny 


). Read 


D. Rustin 


G. Saxe 


K. Schott 


J. Shea 


T. Sleith 


M. Sparks 


T. Stolptnsk 


S. Potter 


P. Reidy 


S. Ryder 


F. Scarpelli 


B. Scott 


C. Sheehy 


E. Smith 


M. Stamm 


R. Stone 


L. Powell 


K. Reynolds 
D. Roberts 


T. Rymasz 


C. Schenk 


D. Scott 


T. Sicbaldi 


T. Smith 


T. Stark 
H. Stecher 


D. Strange 




L. Bartolucci 


B. Jernigan 


1. Bishop 


B. Jordon 


F. Butta 


D. Mandrus 


B. Cooney 


A. Meserve 


D. Costello 


1. Morse 


C. Dickie 


M. O'Coley 


J. Dorsey 


G. Perman 


J. Ecker 


J. Schneider 


L. Fellows 


I. Specht 


R. Harvey 


K. Wilson 


D. Henry 





C. Stroshine 


R. Talbot 


J. Trute 


D. Vigneault 


K. White 


L. Wilson 


P. Zeckausen 


B. Sullivan 


J. Tamsey 


M. Turner 


N. Vito 


E. Wikar 


B. Witkop 


T. Zeroogian 


J. Sullivan 


K. Taylor 


S. Turner 


C. Wallace 


B. Wild 


S. Witkop 


S. Zilewicz 


K. Sullivan 


R. Thompson 


S. Usher 


1. Walt 


D. Williams 


|. Wolcott 


K. Zimmerman 


S. Swanson 


1. Tobia 


S. Vachon 


N. Waters 


D. Williams 


T. Wolski 


C. Zirakian 


K. Szmyt 


T. Tobin 


L. Vail 


S. Weatherbee 


P. Williamson 


P. Woods 


K. Zolla 


F. Skryniarz 


D. Torricelli 


K. Vance 


M. Webber 


J. Willson 


K. Wytas 




M. Szydlowski 


C. Tracy 


P. Vande Sande 


L. Welsh 


K. Wilson 


W. Zapatha 




B. Taft 


H. Trevallion 


N. Vartanian 


P. Westcott 


K. Wilson 


V. Zavalla 






FRESHMEN 




Jim Williams, Pres., P.J. Calvert, V. Pres., Bridget Walt, Sec, Nancy Burns, Treas. 




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J. Adams 




C. Anschutz 


N. Axtell 


E. Bachmann 


S. Allen 




M. Ami 


L. Babineau 


S. Bailey 


P. Anderholm 




M. Ardolino 




C. Ballou 


M. Anderson 








C. Barber 


S. Andre 








S. Bardwell 




B. Barna 


B. Belmer 


M. Bigion 


G. Bonsall 


D. Bready 


R. Budynkicwicz 


L. Byam 


P. Cantore 


P. Chambers 


J. Bargon 


B. Berard 


R. Biskup 


L. Booth 


R. Bready 


D. Bureau 


M. Byrne 


D. Carlson 


C. Chmura 


C. Barnes 


B. Bergeron 


K. Blomberg 


J. Boucher 


L. Brennan 


J. Burgoon 


M. Caliento 


E. Carlson 


D. Chouinard 


K. Barry 


D. Bernardes 


K. Bogacz 


K. Bourcier 


R. Brouillard 


]. Burns 


P. Calvert 


M. Carr 


D. Christian 


|. Bates 


B. Bernardo 


]. Bogdahn 


D. Boyd 


B. Brown 


N. Burns 


P. Cambo 


R. Carter 


P. Christiansen 


J. Beaulieu 


R. Berta 


T. Boilard 


M. Bradford 


L. Brown 


T. Burns 


K. Campbell 


J. Cerulli 


D. Ciocci 


R. Belanger 


B. Berthiaume 


B. Bonney 


S. Bradley 
S. Brady 
D. Brainerd 


R. Brown 
J. Buchholz 


T. BUsha 
C. Butler 
L. Butler 


K. Campbell 


E. Chambers 


M. Clark 



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K. Collins 
S. Cooley 
R. Cordne 
M. Cormic 



C. Cote 


5. Dakis 


B. Dansereau 


K. Delaney 


J. Dionne 


L Dufresne 


W. Fabien 


N. Fortier 


C. Coupe 


J. Dahlke 


D. Davi 


J. Deputy 


H. Dogan 


D. Duke 


N. Farrar 


R. Fortini 


R. Courtney 


8. Dallas 


L. Davis 


N. Deragon 


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E. Duquette 


B. Fasth 


D. Frederic 


D. Crawford 


E. Damiani 


S. Davis 


M. Desautelle 


L. Donnelly 


G. Eaton 


J. Ferranti 


M. Frederic 


K. Croteau 


T. Dangleis 


W. Day 


M. Desotell 


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M. Ecker 


S. Ferrier 


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D. Douthwright 


J. Fllithorpe 


J. Fives 


L. Galavotti 








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R. Dubord 


C. Engel 


M. Florio 


M. Gallant 








T. DeWolf 


D. DuBour 


C. Engel 


D. Fontaine 


S. Gardner 








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K. Duffy 


C En^el 


A. Forbes 


C. Gardell 




R. Garibian 


T. Gillis 


B. Gress 


L. Harper 


N. Hilt 


L. Johnson 


S. Jurkowski 


J. Kaynor 


S. Kibbe 


D. Garrison 


T. Gorecki 


A. Grill 


H. Hassin 


K. Holltday 


J. Jones 


J. Kacoyannakis 


C. Kearney 


K. Kaley 


P. Garten 


B. Gould 


A. Gruszka 


E. Hasstotis 


J. Houghton 


L. Jordan 


G. Kasa 


D. Keith 


G. King 


C. Garvey 


L. Gouvan 


D. Guarrera 


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M. Hulstrom 


P. Jordan 


J. Kasper 


R. Kemp 


J. Kirk 


S. Gatchell 


G. Graff 


M. Guthrie 


C. Healy 


S. Hutchinson 


A. Joy 


B. Katsanos 


L. Kerst 


L Kissenge 


S. Genedo 


D. Gramarossa 


C. Gwozdz 


K. Hebert 


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C. Grassetti 


B. Hannington 


M. Hellyar 


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D. Giblin 


D. Gray 


L. Harlow 


D. Heroux 


W. Irving 










G. Gibson 


W. Gregory 


D. Harasymiw 


C. Hess 


J. Jennison 












S. Koczenski 


L. LaFlamme 


D. Leavenworth 


V. Linsay 


K. Loftus 


K. Mahaney 


S. Martin 


C. Maxwell 


L. Menard 


M. Kokaszyna 


S. LaFleur 


R. Lee 


R. Lis 


B. Loveling 


M. Malzenski 


K. Maryott 


W. May 


H. Mercier 


P. Kret 


T. Lambert 


P. Lefebvre 


D. Littorin 


C. Lovell 


D. Mammarelli 


J. Mason 


J. McCormick 


B. Merrill 


J. Krzynowek 


L. LaMontagne 


C. Leonard 


M. Lively 


D. Lovell 


T. Manzi 


J. Mason 


K. McGee 


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S. Kubik 


R. Lasonde 


S. Leone 


C. Lloyd 


L. Maccannell 


D. Marco 


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C. McGuill 


D. Merwin 


T. Kubik 


S. LaVallee 


J. Levesque 


P. Longo 


T. Mackintosh 


M. Marion 


D. Mathews 


P. McMann 


C. Messer 


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M. Lavinio 












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C. Messer 


M. LaChapelle 


W. Leard 












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R. Motley 


E. Nealy 


C. Niquette 


M. O'Keefe 


B. Page 


C. Pelletier 


T. Poilard 


M. Mierzwinski 


D. Motyl 


P. Nevins 


5. Norowski 


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C. Palmer 


R. Perrone 


K. Ponath 


S. Miller 


C. Muir 


L. Newcomb 


j. Novak 


T. O'Neil 


A. Panaia 


J. Piazzo 


M. Poulin 


L. Miner 


D. Mullen 


W. Newton 


M. Nowak 


M. Orland 


N. Pappas 


L. Piligian 


P. Powers 


A. Misiaszek 


M. Munsell 


C. Nieske 


J. O'Brien 


B. O'Shea 


S. Paradis 


G. Plugge 


R. Powers 


P. Moody 


B. Murphy 


M. Nietupski 


M. O'Brien 


K. O'Shea 


L. Paul 


L. Podgorski 


R. Powers 


B. Moore 


D. Murphy 












M. Rademae 


M. Moriarty 


M. Murphy 












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S. Morrison 


S. Murphy 












C. Rapisarda 



D. Rawls 
P. Rawls 
P. Read 
M. Reardon 
W. Reed 
K. Reynolds 
K. Rich 
S. Richter 
S. Riddle 




D. Robinson 


W. Roth 


C. Sallade 


P. Schubert 


D. Shirly 


C. Stark 


S. Stiles 


E. Struzziero 


V. Sweeney 


R. Rodrigues 


G. Roundy 


L. Sanders 


S. Setian 


L. Sidor 


L. Stecher 


S. Stirton 


j. Sullivan 


C. Sweetman 


M. Rosinski 


S. Roy 


K. Sanderson 


A. Sharpe 


E. Siebert 


P. Steen 


K. Stofarik 


T.Sullivan 


W. Switzcr 


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L. Ross 


C Rugg 


M. Satter 


C. Sheehan 


P. Silvernai! 


D. Stephens 


D. Stoipinski 


T. Sullivan 


J. Szczepanek 


K. Ryan 


A. Sazama 


L. Shepardson 


M. Simonoko 


D. Stewart 


J. St. Pierre 


A. Sundberg 


J. Taylor 


P. Ross 


L. Salerno 


M. Schnare 


K. Sherman 


E. Sitnik 
J. Slade 
L Smith 
L. Southworth 


D. St. Germain 


B. Strauss 


D. Swain 


E. Teed 




T. Thalassinos 


S. Uihlein 


E. Vito 


L Whipple 


D. Thomas 


J. Valentine 


N. VonFlatern 


K. Wilbur 


T. Tippett 


P. Vance 


S. VonFlatern 


L. Wilt 


K. Trevallion 


E. Veideman 


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D. William 


M. Trimble 


P. Vermette 


B. Walt 


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B. Tucker 


L. Veto 


K. Walton 


T. Willson 


M. Turley 


H. Viall 


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D. Wilson 


N. Turnberg 


R. Vierithaler 


R. Westberg 


R. Wilson 


J. Tupper 


T. Vigneault 


K. Wezniak 


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K. Witkop 
R. Wolford 
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They have their good friend and golfing 
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managing their Wilbraham store. He, 
like the rest of the Murphy family, will 
offer prompt and courteous service. 



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Graduation Class 



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Sears 

Sears Salutes 
the Students of 

MINNECHAUG 

REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 



Today's Youth . . . 
Tomorrow's Leaders 




PATRONS 



AL & AMY FOR-EVER 

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BEST WISHES — 

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GOOD LUCK SPIRIT OF 76 
GOOD LUCK TO SEAN, FRANK, 

JEFF AND DAVE 
GOOD LUCK WORK-STUDY STUDENTS 
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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 76 

FROM PRO-KEDS 
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL — 

MR. & MRS. HENRY STAWAS 
CONGRATULATIONS TO MY NIECE 

SANDY AND FRIENDS 
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All good wishes. 

Always have the Spirit of 76. 

A male chauvinist is a Ms. demeanor. 

An elbow to Greg Trimmer. 

Anonymous 

A smile can bring you a long way. 



Bertha Tumwell 

Best of luck class of 76 — Mr. Girotti 

Best of luck to all Memere & Pepere. 

Best luck to class of '76. 

Best of luck — From the Math Department. 

Best wishes, A.J.'s Gang. 

Best wishes from Oliver's Auto Body. 

Best wishes Memere. 

Best wishes, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Beanne 

Best wishes, Mr. & Mrs. Mandolini 

Best wishes to my Granddaughter. 

Best wishes, Nicholas and Margaret Wolf 

Best wishes to the class of 1975. 

Best wishes to the class of 76. 

Best wishes to the class of 76 — Mary Alice Wolf 

Best wishes to the senior class. 

Bonne Chance a la classe de 1976 — 

Monsieur Przybylowcz 
Bruce Westercamp says Hi to the Green Dragon 
Buena Suerte a la clase de 76. 



Carol, Mary and Jody Miller 

Class of '66 

Claudia Smith 

Come to Dairy Mart in E. Longmeadow. 

Congratulations and Best wishes class of 76. 

Congratulations and Good luck, Kathy 

Congratulations class of 76 — Mr. & Mrs. Porter 

Congratulations from Carol Armitage 

Congratulations, Keep in touch. 

Congratulations to class of '65. 

Craig Beisiegel 

Diana, Shoot for winning seasons. Good Luck. 
Divinity and Longtail say, "Meow!" 
.dnomaiD dna ydnarB morf iH 
Dr. & Mrs. Romeo L. Audette 

Fond memories of your bicentennial year. 
Fond wishes to D-Block Review Math. 
From a friend. 

From Billy, Debbie and Brian. 
From the Decoteau Family. 
From Laurel, Tish, Pearl, Sutsky, Ginger, 
Billy and the geese. 

George Ryder 
"Go get 'em 76!" 



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Goodbye, stay high with the Spirit(s) of 76. 
Good luck and Best wishes, Senior. 
Good luck Basketball Bill and JP Soccer. 
Good luck class of 76. 
Good luck class of '76 

Good luck class of '76. 

Good luck class of '76 from Miss Wrona. 

Good luck class of '76, "Sparky" 

Good luck Donna and Judy from Ginny. 

Good luck Donna from your American brothers — 

Karnig, Steve, Rich and Artie. 
Good luck, have fun, stay happy. 
Good luck in the future from Karen Gardner. 
Good luck Millie Lefebvre. 
Good luck, Mr. & Mrs. Brisbois 
Good luck, Mr. & Mrs. Lionel Lamoureux 
Good luck, Mrs. Smith — Guidance 
Good luck seniors — we'll miss ya. 

Class of '77. 
Good luck seniors with future plans. 
Good luck: Socket, C.W., Mott, Ki-Ki, E.K.B. 

From Tort 
Good luck to a class with class — 1976 
Good luck to all the MacNiece's 
Good luck to all the Nurds — Fonzie 
Good luck to the class of '76. 
Good luck to the class of '76. 
Good luck to the class of '76. 

Good luck to the class of '76 and to Bill and Louise. 
Good luck to the class of '76 

Miss Bourquard 
Good luck to class of '76 and to Mr. & Mrs. Hermance. 
Good luck to class of "76 — the Gaynors 
Good luck to the class of '78. 
Good luck to the senior class. 
Good luck '76, Love, Bernadette the Kitty 
Good luck '76 — Mr. & Mrs. Sager McDonald 
Good riddance, you're three of a kind. 



Mr. & Mrs. J. William Bromage 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Allen Brown 

Mr. & Mrs. Glen Bucholz 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Coleman Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Desautelle 

Mr. & Mrs. Ferris 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Flagg Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Jose Garcia 

Mr. & Mrs. Tom Garvey, Good luck to Frank, Bill, 

Lynn, Marcelle, Barb and Carrie. 
Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Goncalves, Best wishes to class of 1976. 
Mr. & Mrs. Barry Goodrich 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel F. Groth 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry F. Hanmer 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ingerson 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis E. Kearney 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip E. King 
Mr. & Mrs. William King 
Mr. & Mrs. Kober 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Laitres 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mathews 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Maxwell 
Mr. & Mrs. George Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. F.E. Sallade 
Mr. & Mrs. David Silva 
Mr. & Mrs. Edmund Struzziero 
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Strzempek 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Scibelli 
Mr. & Mrs. William L. Stulen 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Tiberio, Good luck class of 76. 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Weiner 
Mrs. David Gray 
Mrs. Dunn 

Mrs. George Wolstencroft 
Mrs. P. Delaney 
Mrs. Wagner 

Nihil Est Ab Omni Parte Beatum 

No College? Try Work-Study, Mr. Mitchell, J-8. 



Happiness is Safe Driving. 
Happiness is . . . warm fuzzies. 
Happy Pythagorean Theorem 
Here we go Falcons. 
Hi, from the girls at Antonio's 
Jean & Dottie 

In memory of Dr. Frank Jordan 

Is an egg an unborn chicken or a ripe egg? 

I wish all the seniors luck. 

Jim Foley smells like a dead otter. 
Jon & Brian Miller 



Only a fool rushes bad news. 
Our wish for you — loved laughter. 
Panda has been truckin' since 1960. 
PARTY HEARTY 
Paul C. & Deb, What a shock! 
Pharoah is "King" around here. 
Picot's Place Inc. 
Plop Plop Fizz Fizz 
Oh what a relief it is. G-Block M-12 

Quitting school is better than going. 
Richard Ryder. 
Rita Strauss 



Karen Turley 

Keep Partying 

Keg party at Mr. Schenck's, graduation night. 

Knowledge is as important as work. 

Kim Maxwell 



Short is beautiful. 

Smoking Red will get to your head. 

Stay High! 

Stosh, Bad Blood and comfort, Bob. 

Szczesc Bozie 



Live free or die. 

Let get it together. 

Look Charlie Brown, Peppermint Patty made it! 

Look out world here comes Peppermint Patty! 

Look out world, here they come. 

Love is immortal — hate dies every minute. 

Make each day of your life count. 

Mark Turley 

Mary Turley 

May the future bring all the happiness 

desired and all the luck. 
May the spirit of 76 be rekindled. 
May you always have the courage to be. 
Meet me at Antonio's. 

Minnechaug is super, happy Laurie V. isn't moving. 
Minnechaug won't be the same without us. 
Monica & Jeff, To our class — Good Luck. 
Mr. E.H. Bugbee 

Mr. Magdycz and the cells wish 1976 luck. 
Mr. McCarthy & D-Block class wish seniors happiness. 
Mr. & Mrs. William Bridgeman 



Thanks to Norma from class of 76. 

The best to 76. 

The Five Fords 

The Leard Family 

These are the good old days. 

This is for candy and Bach. 

To Crusade is our mission; To always think hard. 

Tom Turley 

To the class of 76 (best at Minnechaug). 

To the graduating class of 1976 — B.F.D. 

To the greatest kid that ever graduated. 

To the guy I'll love forever. 

To the Romeo & Juliet of Mr. McCarthy's D-Block. 

"To thine own self be true." to Tony & Val from Al & Amy. 

V.G. Rich 

Viel Gluck! Meilleurs Souhaits! 

What will life bring you now? 

Wuv ya class of 76 — Chris & Flower 

You are the captain of your ship. 

Your friend is your needs answered. 



Thanks to Sue Kline for a great start, and to Dave Bernstein for a great finish. 

Thanks to Don Lendry (American Yearbook Company) for his good advice and to Walt Steinmitz 
(Loring Studios) for his fine work. 

Special thanks to Jan Follansbee. 

Thanks to Heidi and the Grants for New Years Eve — that's the Spirit of '76! 

Compliments of Benson and Tapes Upholstery. 



Keep 'em running' 6 and 4. 

Twissle, twossle, twissle twater; E.K.B., C.U. later?? 

Here today, gone tomorrow. Chop, chop, chop. 



B.T.H.B. 



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